Our Cook County elder law attorneys have the skill and above-and-beyond client service to assist you and your loved ones in all of your senior planning needs, including medicaid planning, estate planning, and long-term care planning. We are proud of our comprehensive service and affordable rates.
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Cook County Elder Law Attorneys
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Cook County elder law attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains wha tyou can accomplish with a good estate plan.
In this article, our Cook County elder law attorneys explain some of the key things we can help you accomplish with proper senior planning, including appointment of trustees and executors to manage your estate when you pass, assuring that your assets are distributed to your loved ones according to your wishes, ensuring that your estate does not require a costly probate case in order to be distributed, and ensuring that your estate is not consumed with long-term care expenses.
Cook County elder law attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the requisite mental capacity to execute a will or trust.
In this article, our Cook County elder law attorneys explain how to plan for long-term care in Illinois. Many people rely on medicaid to pay some or all of their long-term care expenses. Medicaid requires that you "spend down" your own assets before becoming eligible for medicaid benefits. Proper long-term care planning will allow you to pass your assets to your loved ones while still becoming eligible for long-term care assistance through medicaid.
Cook County elder law attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains powers of attorney.
In this article, our Cook County elder law lawyers explain powers of attorney. Powers of Attorney are used to prevent the need for a costly and time-consuming guardianship case in the event that you become mentally incompetent. Financial powers of attorney appoint an agent to make financial decisions on your behalf if you are not able to do so. Healthcare powers of attorney appoint an agent to make healthcare and other non-financial decisions on your behalf if you are mentally incompetent due to accident, old age, or disease.