Our Will County elder law attorneys have the experience and skill to educate you about your options with respect to long-term care planning, medicaid planning, and estate planning. We are proud of our affordable rates and superior client service.
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Will County Elder Law Attorneys
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Will County senior planning attorney, Kevin O'Flaherty, explains what a good estate plan can accomplish for you and your loved ones.
In this article, our Will County elder law lawyers explain how to plan for long-term care. Because of the high cost of long-term care, many people use Medicaid in order to pay for the expenses of long-term care. We explain how you can take advantage of medicaid for long-term care while still ensuring that your most important assets are passed to your loved ones.
Will County elder law attorney Kevin O'Flaherty gives an overview of senior planning for medicaid and long-term care.
In this article, our Will County elder law lawyers explain the basics of long-term care planning. We discuss the Medicaid 5-year look-back rule that penalizes transfers for les than fair value prior to applying for Medicaid. We also explain Medicaid eligibility and income requirements.
Will County 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 Will County elder law lawyers explain how to use trusts to avoid probate when you pass. Probate is a costly and time-consuming court case that is necessary in order for executors to distribute estates that own any real estate or more than $100,000.00 in assets outside of a trust. One of the key goals of a good estate plan is to ensure that probate will not be necessary when you pass.