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When thinking about the future and your golden years, you probably focus on all the good times you will spend with friends and family. What does not come to the minds of most people are the legal concerns that come with aging. Without planning ahead appropriately, there can be real complications that make your gray years less comfortable than they should be.
Nawrocki Center for Elder Law, Special Needs & Disability Planning, PLLC in Novi, Michigan is here to make certain you know what to do with your assets and estate. Not only do we prioritize your best interests, but we also move your case forward in a way that benefits your family and loved ones. For elder law, estate planning, probate, long-term care planning, and more, we are the only law firm you need on your side during this time.
Contact the Nawrocki Center at any time to arrange an initial consultation.
Smart Plans for the Future Start Today
The more you start thinking about the future today and the possible legal concerns that can arise, the easier things will be for you later on. It is our goal to make certain you are well-prepared for anything that comes your way. You will find while working with our Novi elder law attorneys that we are genuinely passionate about making certain our clients are comfortable throughout their case and fully satisfied by the time it concludes.
There are many practice areas elder law we can handle for you, such as:
- Estate planning: Deciding how to distribute your estate, finances, and property after you pass away is a major hurdle, but not one you cannot overcome with our assistance. An estate plan can be comprised of numerous legal tools, like wills, trusts, and powers of attorney. We will make certain you get the estate plan that works best for you — there are no cookie-cutter solutions here.
- Long-term care planning: When you become incapacitated due to a physical or mental disability, it can become unreasonable for you to take care of yourself and make important decisions. With a long-term care plan in place, your loved ones will be able to act on your behalf, or meet your predesignated ideas for care.
- Probate: A will goes through probate in order for a court to review it and order the distribution of the decedent’s estate. Avoiding probate is possible, but can be difficult. Using the counsel of our Novi probate lawyers, you can prepare your estate and will in a way that will help your loved ones move through probate quickly after you pass away.
The aforementioned list of practice areas is in no way comprehensive. There are many other aspects of elder law to consider. You can trust in our law firm to be your legal guides through it all, though. From guardianships and estate recovery to Medicare and Medicaid planning, there is nothing we cannot manage for you and in a way that exceeds your expectations.
Would you like to know more? Call our Novi estate planning attorneys at (810) 893-5277 today.