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• IT PAYS TO PLAN •
Now what do I do???
Life in our world today changes quickly!
As your Partners in Planning we are here to keep you and your family informed as to how changes in the laws concerning aging, taxes and social policy may effect you. Mr. Smolinski also plans for those changes by offering flexibility within his well-drafted legal documents. Our law firm staff is here to assist you and to insure that your goals and concerns are being addressed, now and in the future. Our mission is complete when we know that our services have provided comfort and security to you - our clients.
Planning for Short-Term Disability
Medical Decision Making
Financial Decision Making
Planning for Long-Term Disability
Staying at Home - Caregivers
Assisted Living and Custodial Care - Long Term
What can you afford and for how long?
Planning for Death
Getting you assets distributed to the people you wish.
Avoiding Family Breakups.
• What does it cost? •
The true cost comes when you don't take action now ... when you are able to do so. We would all agree that the costs involved with going to court are significant. Therefore, we strongly suggest that you do your planning NOW and stay out of the probate system.
Each family that we represent has:
• Different assets.
• Different family structures and personalities.
• Different goals and objectives.
In other words, each client presents a different planning situation. There is no "one size fits all" Estate Plan, Life Care Plan or Medicaid Plan!
Each clients' personal situation will determine our recommendations as to what makes legal and practical sense for that client. That is the reason that it is important to meet for an initial consultation ... so that you can learn about YOU. Then we provide you with practical advice and options as to what we believe makes sense for you and why it makes sense. Then YOU can make an informed decision and instruct US on which documents YOU wish.
To start the process, you will want to set up a consultation. To find out more about the process and to obtain some basic forms, please click here.