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My Dad was admitted to a nursing home.  I'm afraid my parents will run out of money.  What are my options? <span> Client’s facing major health events, hospital stays and rehabilitation plans have plenty of stresses to deal with.<a href='http://boyerboyer.com/long-term-care-planning'>Get Answers</a></span> Who handles my accounts if I become incapacitated? <span> Many families are surprised to find they are unable to access accounts of family members who have become incapacitated.<a href='http://boyerboyer.com/planning-for-incapacity'>Get Answers</a></span> My Brother had a stroke and the bank won't allow access to his accounts.  How do I pay his bills? <span>A guardianship is a legal proceeding that gives someone the ability to manage the property and personal decisions of another.<a href='http://boyerboyer.com/guardianship'>Get Answers</a></span> I want to make things easy for my family when I die.  Which documents do I need? <span>Our Estate Planning Consultation is a process that addresses each client’s specific goals.<a href='http://boyerboyer.com/estate-planning'>Get Answers</a></span> I need money for medical expenses.  Can the VA help me? <span>Many veterans and spouses of veterans don't know they may be entitled to certain VA programs.<a href='http://boyerboyer.com/veterans-benefits'>Get Answers</a></span> My Mom passed away, how do I settle her estate? <span>Probate is a court process for identifying and gathering a decedent’s probate assets.<a href='http://boyerboyer.com/probate'>Get Answers</a></span> My daughter has Down Syndrome, who takes care of her when I can't?<span>The terms “special needs”, “supplemental needs”, and “supplemental care” trusts refer to trusts which allow someone who is receiving public benefits, to keep their own funds while still qualifying for the public benefits program.<a href='http://boyerboyer.com/special-needs-trusts'>Get Answers</a></span>

Probate

Probate is a court process for identifying and gathering a decedent’s probate assets; paying taxes, claims, and expenses; and distributing assets to beneficiaries. We help families navigate these complex and confusing issues following a loved ones death. Read More.

Guardianship

Formal Guardianship is a legal proceeding under which a person who lacks the ability to manage certain functions of everyday living is declared by a court to be “incapacitated”, and a guardian is appointed to exercise those rights. Read More.

Long Term Care Planning

Our public benefits team evaluates each family’s specific health needs and financial situation to determine what benefit options are available and how best to utilize them to provide better care for clients while protecting future needs of spouses. Read More.

Estate Planning

Our Estate Planning Consultation is a process that addresses each client’s specific goals (tax savings, probate avoidance, beneficiary protection, conflict prevention, etc). We then tailor a plan to meet those goals while also planning for possible incapacity and health care decision issues. Read More.

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