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Practice Areas


"“Elder Law” is the legal practice of counseling and representing older persons and persons with special needs, and their representatives about the legal aspects of health and long-term care planning, public benefits, providing trusted professional resources for care coordination, Professional Fiduciary services and Financial Advisors, and incapacity planning. Elder law planning is concerned with ensuring that seniors live long, healthy, and financially secure lives. “Estate planning “ concentrates on what happens to your assets after you die. Estate planners use wills and trusts to make sure your wishes are carried out after you are gone. Your estate plan can also include naming a guardian for your young children or provisions for pets"

Estate Planning

Irrevocable Trust Packages

Restated Trust Packages

Advanced Healthcare Directives

Family Trust Packages

Special Needs Trusts for Disabled Child to Protect SSI and Medi-Cal Eligibility

Trust Administration

Single Person Trust Packages

Durable Power of Attorney for Finances

Medi-Cal Planning

How to Preserve Assets If Nursing Home Care Is Ineeded

Protecting Your Home From a Medi-Cal Claim If On Medi-Cal

How To Get Eligible For Medi-Cal

Court Petitions If Your Spouse Is In A Nursing Home and Incapacitated To Protect Assets From A Medi-Cal Claim

Qualifying For Medi-Cal

Proper Estate Planning If On Medi-Cal

Probate Proceedings

Probate & Trust Administration

Probate Avoidance

Probate And Estate Administration

Probate Petitions

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