Do you want to age on your own terms? Are you hoping to avoid becoming a burden to your family? Do you have assets you’d like to protect for the next generation? If so, it’s time to talk to the Elder Law and Estate Planning team at Ross & Shoalmire, P.L.L.C.. Our attorneys offer decades of real-world experience helping clients achieve these goals. We focus on the health, housing, financial, and legal needs of retirees and people with disabilities, and we can help you plan for the future or deal with an immediate crisis.
Planning for an Uncertain Future
We often talk to clients who want to create an estate plan based on what they hope will happen in the future. Our first step with these clients is to explain that, as hard as it is to think about what could go wrong, it’s much more important to plan for the unexpected. We help all of our pre-planning clients address the three phases of every good estate plan:
- Protecting your assets when you’re incapacitated and unable to make decisions for yourself
- Transferring assets easily upon your death
- Protecting your beneficiaries from future threats such as divorce, debts, and disabilities
By putting a plan in place to address these issues, we help our clients protect their assets so they are able to leave a legacy that will inspire their loved ones for generations. When you schedule an appointment in one of our five office locations in Texas and Arkansas, you’ll learn more about how we do this for you.
Providing for a Family Member With Special Needs
When you love someone who has special needs, you worry about their future on a daily basis. Let us help you put your mind at ease with our experienced special needs and disability estate planning. There are ways to ensure that your loved ones will be cared for despite their challenges, and we’ll explain your options.
Dealing With a Sudden Elder Law Crisis
As important as it is to plan ahead to avoid a crisis, sometimes it can’t be avoided. If you have a problem that needs an immediate solution, don’t hesitate to call us to see if we can help. Through our knowledge of Powers of Attorney, Guardianship, Medicare, Medicaid, and Veterans’ Benefits, we can develop last-minute solutions that preserve dignity and protect assets. If an elderly parent needs long-term care today or an ailing loved one is facing a medical crisis without important legal documents—we can help.
Call Us Today to Get Started
Let’s start a conversation about your best future today. We can tell you over the phone about the ways we may be able to help you protect your future and your loved ones. Call or fill out our contact form to get started right now