Estate Planning & Elder Law
Pennsylvania Estate Planning Attorney
Regardless of your age, your family situation or the size of your estate, there are ways you can benefit from talking with a Pennsylvania estate planning attorney. Before all other things, an estate plan communicates your wishes to others when you no longer can.
- If you were seriously injured in a car accident, what kind of extraordinary measures or end-of-life care do you want to receive?
- If you and your spouse were to die, who should care for your children?
- If you have a child with a disability, how can his or her medical care be provided for when you are gone?
- Who can pay your bills and manage your business affairs if you leave the country for six months? Or if you are diagnosed with a degenerative disease?
By communicating your wishes now, your family or your attorney can ensure they are implemented should those circumstances arise. It takes the burden of decision making away from others and allows you to retain control of the important decisions in your life.
You can trust the Pennsylvania estate planning attorneys at Max L. Lieberman & Associates, P.C., to guide you through the creation of essential estate planning documents. Contact our Blue Bell law firm to schedule a consultation. With more than 60 years of combined legal experience, we have helped hundreds of individuals and families with:
- Living wills and health care directives
- Trusts, including special needs trusts
- Durable or revocable powers of attorney
Learn more about wills and trusts and which document may be right for you.
Blue Bell Elder Law Lawyer
As we age, a new set of issues emerge. We no longer need to think of caring for our children, but now we need to plan for possible long-term medical care for ourselves or a spouse. This is also a time when many people begin to think of their legacy and create plans to pass along an estate to their children or to give generously to a favorite charity.
The Blue Bell elder law lawyers at Max L. Lieberman & Associates understand the mechanisms to protect the assets of your estate so they are available to help with nursing home care while ensuring Medicare eligibility is maintained. In cases of diminished capacity, we can advise you whether a power of attorney will be effective or whether guardianship is necessary. We can also explain trust and giving options to transfer assets to family or charity.
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For sound and caring legal guidance in estate planning, contact the law office of Max L. Lieberman & Associates, P.C..