Life is complicated; protecting your future and family needs doesn’t have to be.
You will probably find a couple of questions necessary to ask from an elder care lawyer, in order to simplify views about your future, such as, How to:
- To avoid nursing home poverty and manage expensive nursing home care?
- To make sure that people selected will have the authority to make financial and medical decisions if I become incapacitated?
- To protect my assets, and the inheritances of my children, against lawsuits, creditors and other threats?
- To ensure that my assets will go to the people I want to receive them when I pass away?
- To know the eligibility for Veteran benefits? What about the Aid and Attendance Pension Program?
- To ensure my special needs child will be well cared for when I am no longer able to provide his or her care myself?
- To minimize estate, gift and other taxes?
- To get involved in settling an estate or administering a trust?
Bloomfield Township’s area retirees who have worked hard, lived prudently, and saved as much as they could in anticipation of having financial security for their children.
This is where a Bloomfield Township lawyer can help.
Meet Attorney Michael Einheuser:
Michael Einheuser has been practicing law for 35 years. He’s been privileged to be involved in writing over 2,000 estate plans. For us, estate planning isn’t a “product.” It’s a “process.” Michael can help you identify your hopes for the future as well as your fears. Then, Michael will customize an estate plan uniquely suited for you. The result isn’t just a collection of legal documents. It’s Peace of Mind. Michael has always regarded the practice of law as one of the “helping” professions. He believes that attorneys should conduct themselves like doctors or ministers, serving as a trusted professional that people can turn to for help with their most important and sometimes most private concerns.
Prepare for your Meeting
While you decide to meet with an elder law attorney at Einheuser Legal, it will be helpful to prepare in advance.
- Make a list of the questions you will want the attorney to answer.
- Get the information the attorney will need from you.
- Bring with you any information or documents you think will be helpful.
If its estate planning, long-term planning, medicaid planning or any other matter related to Elder Law in Bloomfield Township you need assistance for, call us at (248) 398-4665 for a free evaluation today.