At the Law Offices of David L. Carrier, P.C. we handle the full range of legal issues that elderly people often confront. This includes wills, trusts, estate planning, health care, guardianship and much more. We know that there are many challenges to deal with as you age. We want to make sure that legal headaches are not among those challenges. If you have any questions about Michigan elder law, please contact our office today to speak to an experienced portage elder law attorney.
We will help you with all of your Michigan estate planning needs. This extends from asset protection, and distribution, to protecting your health care interests. We always take the time to explain to you all of your possible options in order to ensure that your specific estate planning goals are achieved. You may need something simple like a revision to an existing will, or you may be setting up an estate plan for the very first time. Regardless, we are here to help.
As aging occurs, the possibility that long-term care will be needed increases. We want you are your family to be prepared for that scenario. We know that extended care is extremely expensive. Many portage families worry that they will be unable to pay for the care that an older relative desperately needs. Our elder law team can help. We have extensive experience working with Medicaid and the application processes at local assisted living facilities. If you are worried about how you will pay for necessary long-term care, please give our office a call today.
A medical directive is a legal document that provides instructions for how your medical care should proceed in the event that you are unable to make that decision for yourself. It is a valuable document, and it can help ensure that all Michigan residents are fully prepared. We also encourage everyone to set up a power of attorney for health care. This will ensure that someone you trust will have the ability to make the decisions for you that are in your best interests.
When it comes time to administer the estate of a loved one, the family members always have a lot on their minds. We want to make sure that the legal process does not become a distraction. Proper preparation can help everything go more smoothly, but we will also help administer your estate when the time comes. Whether it is Michigan’s probate process or the administration of a family trust, our team is ready to help.
Our experienced portage elder law team understands that each situation is unique. Elder law is not one size fits all, and we are prepared to help address your individual needs. At the Law Offices of David L. Carrier, P.C., our clients always come first. If you have any questions or concerns about elder law in Michigan, please do not hesitate to contact our office today!