Planning ahead is always a wise choice, and with the help of our Hartland elder law attorneys, you can rest assured your golden years will be planned well in advance. At Nawrocki Center for Elder Law, Special Needs & Disability Planning, PLLC, we can guide you through the complex laws concerning estate planning and probate issues. Planning in advance takes the burden off your loved ones after you pass, who might not know what your wishes would have been, which can create potential tension as they attempt to “figure it out.”
Our firm can help you with:
- Estate planning: We will discuss the importance of setting up a will, probate proceedings, and the planned distribution of your assets.
- Healthcare planning: Many older adults worry about how they will afford long-term care, should the need arise. We also help with Medicare and Medicaid, as well as protecting any VA rights you have.
- Financial representation: This includes financial planning for your senior years, setting up a durable financial power of attorney, and more.
- Drafting a will: Having a living will puts your wishes in black and white, so there is no conflict between surviving family members. This can also be used if you become incapacitated and can no longer draft a will due to advanced age.
Do I Need an Elder Law or Estate Planning Attorney?
If you need an advocate to help you and your loved ones plan for end-of-life matters, it is smart to think ahead. If you own property, have children, or your assets total more than $150,000, it’s especially important to secure counsel from a Hartland elder law/estate planning attorney at our office. We will help create a tailor-made plan specific to you and your family’s best interests and wishes.
Our attorneys exclusively focus on three areas: elder law, estate planning, and long-term care. We hope to help you deal with the present, as well as plan for your future. We have helped thousands of seniors in Michigan with our extensive experience in elder law and estate planning. We look forward to meeting you, catering to your needs, and those of your family.
Contact our Hartland estate attorneys today for a free consultation at (810) 893-5277.