Our highly qualified South Florida elder law and estate planning attorney has years of experience compassionately helping families, seniors, immigrants, and those with special needs transform challenging experiences and obtain much-needed peace of mind. Our clients—whether they're business owners, same-sex couples, recent immigrants, or a family going through a complex transition after a second marriage—all share the very human need to protect those they love—their spouses, children, parents, and loyal employees—from struggle.
Typically, our clients come to us at very low points in their lives. They are confused. They need help. They may be struggling with financial and medical problems or grieving over the loss or incapacitation of a loved one. We can help you solve problems like the following:
- Your mother’s health is failing and you need to figure out how to get her into a nursing home or assisted living facility or obtain Medicaid benefits.
- You’re the parent of a child with special needs, such as autism, Down syndrome, or Asperger’s, facing a potential loss of public benefits.
- You want to avoid or mitigate legal problems stemming from bankruptcy, divorce, creditor claims, guardianship proceedings, estate tax administration, or senior planning.
These challenges can feel like a nightmare, but we can help you wake up from that nightmare.
Our Mission Is Simple: Help People Reclaim Peace of Mind
We address both the symptoms and the core problems causing those symptoms. The uncertainty that flows from poor planning can cause stress. Per our experience, when clients finally get a detailed game plan, they often feel a rush of serenity. We spend time really thinking about our clients’ goals, wishes, fears, and frustrations. Our goal is not simply to help you check off a few forms and be on your way. We want to know your values, your goals, your needs, and your concerns because every estate planning or administration circumstance is unique. A strategy or tactic that might make sense for one client might be totally inappropriate for another.
What Distinguishes Our South Florida Estate Planning Attorneys
Many lawyers provide practical “nuts and bolts” assistance with estate planning and other legal issues. Truth be told, you can get a lot of practical, useful information for free (or for a small fee) from the internet. However, the answers you need may not be cut and dry and available in the form of “if A, do X; if B, do Y.” To get a handle on what you should be doing, when, how, and why, you need a client-centered approach, like the one our Florida elder law and estate planning law firm offers.
Call us at 954-532-9447 for assistance with your elder law, Medicaid benefits, estate planning, special needs planning, guardianship, and estate administration needs.