No one is exempt from planning for the future. Estate planning is legally ensuring your final wishes for yourself and your family are honored with dignity. We can manage your will, revocable living trusts, power of attorney, and any other estate planning issue.
Secure your family’s future. Our team of Utah estate planning lawyers will help every step of the way to be sure your best interests and assets are protected.
Our team of lawyers can help decide if a conservatorship, a court-appointed guardian for a special needs individual, is best for you and your loved ones.
Medicaid planning and long-term care planning are crucial aspects of elderly asset protection. Our firm will attentively provide direction for your elderly loved one and ensure every need is met with the utmost compassion and care.
Long-Term Care Planning
Everyone can benefit from a smart, secure long-term care plan. Our elder law attorneys will work with you to be sure your medical and financial needs are met.
When deciding guardianship for a loved one, it’s crucial you work with a skilled attorney to ensure the legal process is completed correctly and properly planned.
Take a proactive approach to your long-term health and financial security. Our firm can help you or a loved one with the Medicaid planning process.
Power of Attorney
Power of attorney is a legal document that delegates any chosen individual to make important decisions on your behalf, should you become unable to do so in your lifetime. We can help.
A trust lets you distribute assets to your chosen beneficiaries after you pass away. A qualified lawyer can help you set up whichever trust is most beneficial to you and your loved ones.
Revocable Living Trusts
A revocable living trust is a written document that aims to manage the allocation of your assets after you pass away. It’s flexible, so you can change your terms and conditions at any time. Let us show you the basics.
Everyone has different medical and financial needs. We’ll help explain the different types of special needs trusts to find one that best accommodates you and your family.
A will must follow certain requirements in order to be legally binding. Speak to a qualified attorney today to gain practical advice about creating a last will & testament.