Planning Today for Tomorrow
No matter where you are in your life, you need an estate plan. Your plan addresses not only how to distribute your estate—your home, your car, your retirement accounts, your checking account, your personal possessions—after you die, but your estate plan also provides instructions if you become disabled. Your plan provides information about care for your minor children, and it can help provide for others in your family, such as elderly parents. A well-thought-out estate plan can also help avoid delays and expenses related to managing your affairs after death or disability, something that is especially important when others rely on you financially.
For many people, planning for the future also involves medical concerns—whether with long-term disabilities or as we age, sometimes with a sudden diagnosis or a sudden illness or injury. You may need to plan around complex arenas of elder law and special needs planning, making sure resources and benefits remain available.
A quality estate plan needs to be individualized and specific to your needs, goals, and priorities. Yours might include a trust for someone with special needs or for children, grandchildren, or even pets in addition to a will and advanced medical directive documents. Your needs later in life might change too, meaning considerations of current income and assets are particularly relevant.
As your estate planning and elder law attorney, I will work with you to understand your specific needs and goals. Together, we will build your personalized plan to provide peace of mind not only for you but also for your loved ones.
A Business Philosophy Based on Relationships
I believe in a personal approach to law practice, focusing on relationships and service to provide the best estate planning and elder law solutions for my clients. With a sincere desire to earn and maintain confidence of clients, I will listen to your needs while providing you the professional guidance to work to help you achieve your goals.
If you would like to schedule a no-cost half-hour consultation to discuss your needs and how McCreary Law Office can help, please call directly or complete the Contact Form.