You Shouldn’t Have To Worry About The Future
The best way to ensure that you are prepared for your later years and have control over what happens to your property and assets after you are gone is by setting up an estate plan. Estate plans need to be unique to your life and situation. At Conforti & Hennig, we take the time to analyze your unique financial situation in-depth and develop a plan designed to meet your unique goals and aspirations. Whether you need a will, an advanced directive or help with Medicaid planning, we can help you find the best fit.
Our attorneys have years of experience helping families take steps to protect their futures. A well-thought-out estate plan can give you peace of mind to enjoy your life instead of worrying about the future. As one of the only elder law firms in the Vero Beach area, you can count on us to be there for you through life’s challenges.
There Are No One-Size-Fits-All Estate Plans
An estate plan comprises various components that designate how your estate will be managed if you become incapacitated and how it will be distributed upon death. Estate plans are often made with the goal of ensuring that your loved ones and other beneficiaries, such as charities, receive what you intend for them to have in the easiest, most cost-effective way possible. Without an estate plan, your wishes may not be honored.
We can help you create estate plans that include:
- Revocable trusts
- Irrevocable trusts
- Special needs trusts
- Advanced directives
- Medicaid planning
Planning for the Disabled
We can also help with planning for disabled persons. A special (or supplemental) needs trust allows parents, grandparents, or others to plan for the financial well-being of a disabled person. A trust such as this allows you to set aside funds for a disabled person, such as your child or grandchild, while still allowing the disabled person to continue to qualify for government benefits such as SSI and Medicaid
Advanced directives are important documents that you should include in your estate plan. They’re not just for old age. They’re for planning for the possibility of a medical crisis, and everyone should have them. An advanced directive allows you to make your wishes known if you become incapacitated and unable to make decisions for yourself. Our attorneys can walk you through an advanced directive and guide you in making decisions that suit your wishes.
Giving You Some Peace Of Mind
Nobody wants to think about leaving their loved ones behind. You deserve to spend every moment possible with the people you love, instead of worrying about the future. At Conforti & Hennig, our experienced attorneys can help give you some of that peace of mind back. Contact us to get started on a customized legal plan that will protect you and your loved ones. Call us at 772-257-0421 or fill out an online form to schedule an appointment.