According to announcements released by NC Planning – Elder Law Lawyers, the law firm facilitates elder planning by answering questions related to asset protection, expenses associated with senior care, insurance, and veteran care. Its elder planning attorneys protect families from unexpected out-of-pocket expenses related to conditions such as dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.
The monthly costs associated with senior home care are beyond the capacity of most families; planning can mitigate out-of-pocket expenses and allow families to operate within their budgets. Attorneys from this law firm will discuss options, such as benefit programs funded by the government to reduce costs that a client has to bear. They can create a plan to pay for elderly care through Medicaid, Veteran’s pension benefits, and the PACE program. Apart from planning, the attorneys from NC planning also help families that are currently trying to manage the failing health of an elderly member.
Elder planning advocates from NC Planning regularly help clients apply for Medicaid benefits. The law firm’s legal team knows that families applying for it for the first time may find the process daunting. It educates clients on eligibility criteria. Medicaid, administered by North Carolina, is a federal program. Attorneys that know the relevant state and federal laws can be beneficial during the application process.
NC Planning helps veterans in North Carolina qualify for monthly benefits provided by the U.S Department of Veterans Affairs. It can implement asset protection techniques that help veterans qualify for these benefits. The funds made available through these benefits can contribute toward elderly care.
For more information, go to NC Planning Law Info Profile.
NC Planning said, “For a will to be valid in North Carolina, it must be drafted and executed per the requirements of North Carolina Law. A will should be drafted by an attorney for your protection and the protection of your family, but having an attorney draft your will is not a requirement. An attorney familiar with wills and estate planning can help you make some of the important decisions and ensure that your will meets the requirements to be valid.
In North Carolina, you need only comply with the proper procedures for making and executing your will. You do not need to present a copy of your will to the court or place it in public records.
Once you have signed your will, it is advisable for you to place your will in a safe place, such as in a safe-deposit box or with your other essential papers. With our trusted resources and experienced estate administration team, we aim to do nothing more than to help put you on the right path.
Even if you don’t engage one, it’s worth sitting down with an attorney to know what is required of you to close out the estate successfully. We encourage you to set the phone down and see what it means to have direct and applicable knowledge on your side by sitting down with one of our attorneys at NC Planning.
About the Company:
NC Planning is a service of Lenfestey, Maxie, and Burger. It focuses on estate planning, business, and corporate planning, estate administration, elder law, and tax representation. NC Planning also offers legal services in other areas. It values long-term relationships with clients.
Company Name: NC Planning
Phone: (919) 230-7293
Address:4801 Glenwood Ave Suite 200-10
State: NC 27612
Country: United States