Our Scott County elder law attorneys help prepare your financial assets to ensure you and your family's needs are met. We offer experienced, affordable and comprehensive senior planning to give you the peace of mind and ensure your plan are met while giving your matters the attention and care they deserve.
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Scott County Elder Law Attorneys
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In this video, Scott County elder law attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses medicaid eligibility requirements and the look-back period in Scott County.
Medicaid is a health insurance program that provides options for elderly and children that have low incomes.
This gives elderly an opportunity to be eligible for assisted living, nursing, or in-home care, thy must have limited assets and income. In this article, our Scott County senior planning attorneys explain the Medicaid eligibility and requirements and the Medicaid look-back period.
In this video, Scott County elder law attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses how using healthcare POAs helps to avoid costly guardianship hearings.
Mentally handicapped individuals face many challenges, one of which is not being able to make major life decisions over themselves or their assets. In the case of a person becoming mentally incompetent through disease, injury or old age, their immediate family can't simply take over the management of their major life decisions or financial affairs.
In this article, our Scott County elder law attorneys explain how Powers of Attorney can help avoid the costly and time consuming process of guardianship proceedings by directly stipulating who will handle the affairs in case of incapacity or disability.
In this video, Scott County elder law attorney Kevin O'Flaherty, explains how to use revocable living trusts to prevent costly and time-consuming probate cases at your passing.
In this article, our Scott County elder law attorneys discuss how trusts are uses in order to prevent Scott County probate proceedings. Probate matters see the courts distributing assets of a deceased individuals' estate to heirs and creditors. Probate proceedings are a long and costly process and can be avoided by implementing a revocable living trust that transfers money and other estate assets to it during a lifetime.
The revocable living trust is a legal entity that owns the assets and property during the creators lifetime and that creator has control of it during their lifetime as well as can stipulate what happens to those assets upon their death.