Using Wills And Incapacity Planning To Your Advantage
The best thing you can do for your loved ones is create a plan for what to do as you age. It may not be a glamorous gift, but it is one they will deeply appreciate. Most importantly, it makes the expectations around your aging and passing clear so that no one needs to worry about loose ends or arguments. Instead, you can move forward with grace and dignity.
I know that these moments can be emotional, which is why I, Elizabeth Forgotson Goldberg, help guide you through your choices and use my experience as a certified elder law attorney in Maryland and across Washington, D.C., to support your goals. Planning for the future does not need to be hard; call me: 240-641-0956.
When Is An Estate Plan Complete?
A comprehensive estate plan considers all aspects of your life and takes advantage of every tool at your disposal. For instance, you may need:
- A will that establishes who gets your home or other physical assets
- A trust that keeps your home or investments protected from tax burdens
- An advance medical directive or mental health care directive so that your loved ones know how to care for you in an emergency
- A Medicaid plan that helps you preserve your savings while getting adequate medical care
- A power of attorney to grant legal authority to a trusted loved one
There are many questions you need to answer. I will hold your hand throughout the process.
Today Is A Good Day To Call
I am here to work on the legal parts of your end-of-life care so that you can focus on what is really important — living. To schedule an appointment at the Law Office of Elizabeth Forgotson Goldberg, you can either call me at 240-641-0956 or email me.