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Medicaid Crisis Planning
Change is life’s only constant. Sometimes these changes strike without warning. If you or a loved one has experienced a sudden illness or serious accident, you understand how abruptly everything can change. Are you or a loved one suddenly in need of nursing home care? Read more here.
Estate Planning Fundamentals
There are many legal strategies involved in estate planning, including wills, revocable living trusts, irrevocable trusts, durable powers of attorney, and health care documents. New clients often say that they do not have an estate plan. Most people are surprised to learn that they actually do have a plan. Read more here.
Probate & Estate Administration
Probate and estate administration are the processes through which estate assets are transferred after death. When probate avoidance planning has not been implemented prior to death, the state will require a probate court proceeding if the deceased was a resident or owned assets in the state. Read more here.
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Let us help your family by protecting your assets from the unplanned events that take our lives off course.
We help families plan for life, including protection of assets against unnecessary loss from lawsuits, nursing homes or children’s indiscretions. We are unique in that our planning is client-centered, focusing on the individual needs of each family and tailoring comprehensive estate plans to achieve the client’s goals and objectives.
“In the past, life was simpler. In today’s changing times, life is more complex.
“I established my own practice to help people plan for life with all its unexpected twists and turns. We place our focus on the family, so when the unexpected does occur, you can trust your life plan will bring comfort at a very stressful time. Planning ahead gives you peace of mind to face life’s challenges with confidence.
“In the past, life was simpler, that’s how we’ll keep your present and future.”
Susan M. Hunter
Attorney at Law
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