I am getting a Will made up, AGAIN to change a few things, but I feel like I am being over charged by the lawyers. My first will and trust cost me $7,000 and it wasn't done the way I wanted. Now I am redoing it with a different lawyer and she is c...
the legal fee to create a proper living trust that would protect assets from nursing homes which would cost an estate hundreds of thousands of dollars is well worth the legal fee. In addition, the cost to avoid the need time and expense to the estate upon your death is well worth the fee of the trust.See question
What to appoint my daughter to handle my health issue if I cant
speak to a proper elder law attorney like myself in order to put together and prepare a proper estate and assets protection plan to protect your assets and estate against catastrophic costs of long term care costs which is not a do it by yourself type of thing. An elder law attorney who is well versed in medicaid law is what is necessary and not just a health care proxySee question
He developed dementia about four years ago and I placed him in a nursing home. Let me start buy saying (just in case) that he has no money whatsoever. I realized they do not want to let their patients go because that is their source of income....
you need to file an article 81 guardianship proceeding to become his guardian of person and or properySee question
I have been joint owner with my elderly mom, who lives at home, for over 5 years on a CD. My understanding re if she should go to a nursing home is that joint cash account can be taken fully by Medicaid. Can I transfer the CD to an equity accoun...
Mom needs to do some proper Medicaid planning in order to protect her assets from nursing homes. feel free to call for a free consult 718-273-4574.See question
wont give me the lawyers contact number. Is it sufficient if I write the revocation of power of attorney to my father and ask him to then convey it to his lawyer (I doubt he will) or is the poa still in force until I send it to the lawyer---even ...
Not sure from the question who gave power of atty to who, but in any event the person who gave power of atty to his agent must be the same person who revokes that power of attorney from the agent by drafting a new one or giving notice to the agent.See question
im 18 years old and capable of having my own property
From the limited info you provided, it would make sense for your father to have is estate planning drafted to make provisions for you if that is what he wants done.See question
From that injury case my mom set up a trust for my younger twin step-sisters that will be 18 in two months. The remaining was supposed to go to her but she passed.
From the limited info you gave , you or another family member would possibly need to get appointed over her estate and or possibly your sisters estate to handle these matters. I would need more info and to review your docs in order to explain your options.See question
My grandmother has Parkinson's disease and my grandfather is ill with cancer and diabetes in the hospital and will be getting surgery in a couple days. I was told my grandmother can not be forced against her will to be put in a nursing home. She r...
You may or may not need to go through a guardianship, if she has capacity to execute legal documents. In any event it appears that you need to consult with and elder law attorney like myself who could explain your options. Legal fees would be quoted for the appropriate plan after a meeting takes place.See question
I am the bene of my husbands life insurance, pensions ect. He did not put me on the house as he was waiting for it to be an asset and although not in forclosure the mortgage was higher than the value. He had several cc. and although I paid al...
As a spouse you have rights to his estate. I would need to review the deed and the will to explain your optionsSee question
The home is only in the name of the deceased and he and his friend lived there together for 4 years. She already has left area with truck, 4 wheeler and lawnmower
the wife has rights in ny and will take from the estate despite what the will says if she proceeds. If you have the will you need to hire a lawyer and probate it asap.See question