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The sooner you establish your plan, the sooner you and your family will be protected from whatever surprises life manages to throw your way.
 
Call our office today to get started. Call today for your FREE elder care checkup to learn more about what we can do to help you better protect yourself and your family for the future.
 

CREATE YOUR PERSONALIZED PLAN FOR THE FUTURE

ELDER CARE JOURNEY

Life is a journey – make sure you are prepared for every step of the way

Plan for the expected and the unexpected alike.
Life takes all kinds of twists and turns, and we can’t always see what’s around the next bend. Discuss your plans with our experts and learn more about how you can create a plan to cover all possibilities during your elder care journey.
Compassionate planning for every stage of your elder care journey:
  • Alive and well
  • Alive but disabled
  • Before and after death
It’s never too late to start planning – but the earlier you start, the better.
It is never easy facing the future and what it may bring, but we will make the discussion as comfortable as possible. Call today to schedule your FREE elder care checkup and begin the discussion on preparing for your future.

FAMILY PROTECTION

Protecting your family goes beyond traditional estate planning

Don’t fall for the usual pitfalls of estate planning.
By only taking into account your estate for when you or your spouse has passed, you’re missing a tremendous section of life during which Medicaid and health-related expenses can take everything if you have not prepared adequately with our elder law experts of over 25 years.
Stop worrying about tomorrow and start planning for it today.
It may be a difficult subject to address, but the sooner you begin the sooner you can rest easy knowing that everything you have worked so hard for will remain protected, for you and your spouse’s medical care to your children’s future inheritances.

POWER OF ATTORNEY

Protect yourself and your loved ones by establishing correct powers of attorney

Protecting yourself begins with good legal planning.
Establishing powers of attorney that will protect your best interests goes beyond signing one size fits all legal documents – work with our elder care attorneys to create your personalized plan including proper powers of attorney.
  • Financial power of attorney
  • Health care power of attorney
  • HIPAA Release
It can be a difficult discussion to have, but one that is necessary to ensure your wishes are followed
Last wills and testaments only take effect after your death. To ensure your wishes are followed while you are alive, you need comprehensive and complete powers of attorney that include a HIPAA release. Without a HIPAA release, even your spouse, and certainly your adult children, will find it difficult if not impossible to help you and ensure your wishes are followed.

MEDICAID

Don’t give it all to the nursing home – timing is critical with Medicaid

Learn everything you need to know about Medicaid.
It’s no secret that Medicaid is not user friendly, but by working with our elder care planning experts you will learn all of the secrets you need to know to get all of the Medicaid benefits you need and deserve.
Wondering if it’s too late to start planning? It’s not.
Thinking that it’s too late to start planning for your future is one of the most common misconceptions. It is only too late if you file for Medicaid at the wrong time – and with our expertise on your side, that is not going to happen.
 

IT’S NEVER TOO LATE TO PLAN FOR YOUR FUTURE

CALL US TODAY TO GET STARTED!

Learn more about your current plan and how you can protect yourself, your family, and your assets.
Call today to schedule an appointment for a FREE elder care checkup or ask about our upcoming seminars.

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2704 Boulder Drive, Suite D
Urbana, IL 61802
217-337-1111

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