Times are changing. The world is changing. Given the current events and what may be considered our “new normal,” we understand that individuals and families may be re-evaluating everything from retirement plans to routine monthly expenses. But, do you have a solid estate plan?  Our Branson elder lawyer knows that a lot can happen in […]

Crafting an estate plan is an important part of everyone’s life regardless of wealth, age and medical condition. Your sudden incapacitation from an illness or injury or the untimely death of a loved one who did not have an estate plan in place can subject family and friends to worrisome uncertainty. However, having a plan […]

Consider this scenario: A woman takes over the lives of an older couple. The couple has never met this woman, but she assumed guardianship over the then 80-year-old couple. She took over their home, their finances, their personal property and their independence for more than four years. The couple eventually wins their independence back through […]

Let a Springfield Irrevocable Trust Attorney Help You Plan Your Estate Establishing a trust is one of the most common and effective ways of protecting assets. And when even higher levels of asset protection are necessary, an irrevocable trust may be the best option. But an irrevocable trust needs to be considered carefully and drafted […]

When you consult with an elder law attorney, it is best to come prepared. Most people facing an elder law issue will need to make some important decisions that will greatly affect their lives and their families. Whether this means planning for their own old age, or ensuring their assets are taken care of after […]

A new study reveals that women can still expect to live longer than men on average; however, women suffer from more disabilities in those extra years. For some time, estate planning for older married couples has been based in part on the assumption that the wife would outlive her husband. While it does not happen […]

Farmers who have more than one child have an estate planning dilemma. The most valuable property they have is almost always the land and the farm equipment. If all of the children are not interested in farming, it can be difficult to give them all an equitable inheritance. Farmers with multiple children have two seemingly […]