Our Quad Cities Elder law attorneys are experienced in different areas of elder law including adult guardianship, powers of attorney, and Quad Cities estate planning to ensure that your needs are met. We are experienced in senior planning needs and can assist you in all your needs. We take pride in our outstanding client service and cost-effective rates and are happy to meet with you wherever it is convenient.
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In this video, Quad Cities elder law attorney, Kevin O'Flaherty, explains what a good estate plan can accomplish for you and your loved ones.
We help you understand the process of planning for long-term care with your estate plan. Long-term care in the Quad Cities can be very expensive. Due to this, many rely on Medicaid to cover these expenses.
However, applying for Medicaid in the Quad Cities requires individuals to spend or "draw down" most of your assets. Medicaid planning using irrevocable trusts ensures that you can retain your home and possessions to pass onto your loved ones while still qualifying for Medicaid.
In this video, Quad Cities elder law attorney, Kevin O'Flaherty, discusses how to use revocable living trusts to prevent costly and time-consuming probate cases at your passing.
In this article, our Quad Cities Medicaid planning attorneys discuss the types of assets that are transferable within the Medicaid 5-year look back period.
Transfers for less than fair value within 5-years prior to applying for Medicaid can delay your eligibility for Medicaid benefits to pay for long-term care though some transfers are permissible within this 5 year look-back.
We examine the transfers that are allowed by the Medicaid penalty period if made within the five-year look-back period.
In this videos, Rock Island elder law attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the goals that seniors should be thinking about for their estate plans.
We examine how living wills can be used to make end of life decisions while you are still mentally competent.
In this article, our Rock Island elder law attorneys discuss that If a will is in place, the doctor will be instructed to terminate life support if you are in an irreversible coma.