Everyone has an Estate: a bank account, car, boat, retirement savings, etc. each or all makes an estate. If privacy and control of your assets are important to you, then estate planning is essential. Proper estate planning will help you protect your assets during periods of incapacity or death and distribute them in the manner you would like, without government oversight or court intervention. And, the courts will oversee and intervene without a legal estate plan.


Estate planning can also solve: second marriage/blended families; children in jail or have drug/alcohol problems; out of state property; families with disabled children; protection from medicaid spend-down; distribution of assets over time rather than lump sum; protection from probate litigation; and distribution to minor children/grandchildren. 


An estate plan should be arranged by a legal professional to take the necessary time to determine the best way to serve your unique needs. National Legal Solutions Center has a team of experts ready to advise you. Plan for the future, and have every aspect of your estate arranged, saving your heirs from difficulties with regard to taxation, business succession and other issues.  We extend our legal experiences to serve estates of all types and sizes in many states.   


We will help you with establishing what makes up your estate, listen to your wishes and help you identify what is necessary for your plan that best suits your needs.  Many factors go into creating an Estate Plan including family size, extended family, special needs, size of your estate, etc.  Our team of specialists will help you sort through any confusion and answer your questions so that together we can create a plan that is unique to your needs.

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Medicaid planning is essential for seniors today. If planning is not accomplished, a senior's entire estate can be "spent down" for long term care.  Fifty percent of our population will require long term care at some point in their lifetime.  Solutions are unique meaning what works for one family may not be right for yours.  It is important to work with an experienced and knowledgeable professional for seeking the best solutions for long term care decisions. 

If you are in a "recovery" state, what this means is that the state can take a lien on a seniors’ assets to pay for long term care, if those assets are not available to pay for their care immediately. Protect yourself and get a legal plan in place.

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What is litigation?  It is a legal action, lawsuit, legal dispute, legal case, case, legal contest, action, cause, judicial proceeding(s), suit, suit at law, legal process, prosecution, bringing of charges, indictment, trial.  If you are considering or facing litigation we can help and offer expertise in the following areas: Probate, Business Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Construction Liens, Landlord/Tenant Disputes, Trademark Disputes, Partnership Disputes, Real Estate, and Creditor's Rights.  We will fight aggressively for your rights and goals to achieve the best possible outcome for your case.  Request a Consultation