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Our firm only does one thing, Estate Planning and Preservation and we do it well. With 30+ years of experience and two ABA Board Certified Estate Planning attorneys accredited through the NAEPC , a dedicated Estate and Probate Staff, and a knowledgeable Elder Lawyer and Medicaid Department we are the go to source for Estate Planning and Asset Protection. We believe that everyone deserves to know and understand the tools available to protect their family and assets from the devastating effects of illness and death on the average estate. Proper estate planning which is thoroughly done and patiently explained makes the difference between losing everything to end of life care or preserving your assets for your spouse and family. Thorough estate planning also determines whether you family will spend huge sums of money and countless hours in court or be able to avoid the court process at death saving countless hours and a substantial amount of money. Sometimes court is unavoidable and when it is, we make sure the process is organized, efficient and understandable. If you are concerned about estate planning and estate preservation we can help!
Once I contacted John on Thumbtack, he quickly responded. He walked me through the steps of my case and has checked in frequently to make sure things are going as planned.
I have been practicing law for 27 years in Greensboro, NC, and the surrounding counties. I provide my services in real estate matters, social security disability, family law, workers compensation, personal injury, wills and estate matters, traffic violations, speeding tickets and criminal law.
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We are an estate planning, elder law probate and tax law firm. The firm's principal, Greg Herman-Giddens, is a board-certified specialist in estate planning and probate law. He has a master of law in estate planning and is a certified financial planner.
We offer estate planning for all families. The Law Offices of Jeffrey G. Marsocci, PLLC is a Raleigh law office focused on estate planning, living trusts, unmarried couple and domestic partner planning, special needs documents, asset protection, and much more. We have experience in not only creating the five main planning documents of living trusts, durable powers of attorney, healthcare powers of attorney, living wills and wills, but Mr. Marsocci also develops and teaches courses to other attorneys on these documents. In addition, we are now working with Legis, Inc. as a network attorney to better serve the needs of our clients in Raleigh, Asheville, and all of North Carolina.
Our services include commercial and residential real estate, business transactional, franchise, and finance counsel. We do closings, refinance, leases, wills, sale and acquisition of business, lender's counsel, partnerships, joint venture agreements, and employment agreements.
At Allman Spry, we take a collaborative and practical approach in serving our clients. We also recognize that their needs can change and even expand from one area to another. Business leaders sometimes require estate planning. An individual's estate may include intellectual property issues. Our attorneys consult with their colleagues in other practice areas of the law to ensure that every need is examined and analyzed from all viewpoints. As a Meritas affiliate, Allman Spry is able to access the best talent at top firms throughout the world. Our interdisciplinary team approach is designed to deliver high-quality legal services that can go far beyond what most small firms can offer, usually for far less than the large firms will charge.
I am a board-certified estate planning and probate attorney (certified by the North Carolina State Bar) and a certified public accountant. My services are limited to estate planning, estate and trust administration, estate and will contests, guardianship, trust modification (including the modification of trust terms and changes or removal of trustees).
Thank you so much, Rick Answers to your questions. 1. I rather not take it back to Dad's name because I was told that Medicaid would want the reimbusement after his death. 2. He has Tri-care for Life 3. He is in rehab facility but they put him on hospice care with resident care(?) I am really not sure, they said something like medicare doesn't cover for long term. He's been there since Aug.2011. And asked me to apply for medicaid ASAP, which is a problem due to the house situation as I noted earlier 4. I think he has Humana, I received Humana asking him to choose 2012 medicare coveage by Dec. 7, 2011