Senior citizens in Michigan face a myriad of legal issues as they age – legal issues that are complicated and difficult for them and their family members to understand. Medicare and Medicaid, estate planning concerns, and asset protection issues are but a few of the issues the elderly are expected to sort out for themselves. Rather than being proactive, the complexity of these issues and others is oftentimes more than enough incentive for elderly residents in Grand Rapids to simply ignore these pressing and important legal concerns and hope they do not cause too great a problem for themselves or their family members.
Carrier Law is committed to changing this attitude and, in doing so, changing the lives of as many senior citizens and their family and loved ones as possible. Our experienced Michigan elder law staff are available and ready to answer questions about the unique challenges facing elderly residents in Michigan.
Our caring and compassionate staff want to help you and your loved ones make decisions that will create peace of mind for you and allow you to enjoy the golden years of your life. Our legal team is prepared to address your questions concerning:
Drafting of wills and trusts;
Powers of attorney;
Medicaid and/or Medicare benefits;
Social Security benefits;
Planning for nursing home care;
Retirement benefits and insurance benefits;
Inter vivos transfers of property;
Avoidance of probate and associated taxes;
Other legal issues and concerns.
When you choose to retain the services of our knowledgeable firm, the first thing we do is take the time to understand your situation and circumstances and the questions and concerns that drove you to seek professional counsel. We know that the sooner you receive a definitive and authoritative answer to your concern, the sooner you are able to set your mind at ease and enjoy life.
However, we want our clients to be protected as well as informed. By taking the time to understand your circumstances, we can point out areas of concerns or potential issues that could jeopardize your future goals and/or the estate and assets you wish to pass on to your family. We help our clients take the steps they need now to avoid future legal problems and issues.
You owe it to yourself and your loved ones to consult with a Michigan elder law attorney and ensure your future is properly protected from the unexpected events that can rob you and your family of physical and mental security. Contact us to learn how we can help you.
COVID-19 Update: Our offices are closed, but we are working remotely and supporting clients through phone and video meetings. Call us at (800) 317-2812 to set up an appointment.