Lifetime Planning For You And Your Family
For many people, a basic estate plan is all they need to ensure that their affairs are in order before they pass away. This isn’t the case for everyone, though. There are many circumstances that can complicate an estate plan, such as needing long-term care in a nursing home, that can leave an individual in need of a more sophisticated estate plan and more experienced legal counsel.
At Koldin Law Center, P.C., we provide lifetime estate planning for clients. During a free initial consultation with our attorneys, clients are given the time to thoroughly explain their circumstances. We then advise clients on the best course of action for their situation.
We Serve Your Long-Term Legal Needs
When lifetime planning is needed, we advise clients on a variety of tools such as trusts, including irrevocable living trusts, revocable living trusts, gifts, life estates, Medicaid benefits and asset protection options. We help clients identify which tools will work best for their needs and the needs of their family. We then carefully draft these documents so that our clients can avoid the possibility of probate or the loss of life savings due to a need for nursing home care later on.
We always say, “It’s never too late” to start planning. We can address your estate planning needs at any stage of your life, whether you’re just starting to consider drafting a will or have questions about Medicaid benefits for a loved one in a nursing home.
Our Retainer Program
At Koldin Law Center, P.C., we believe in providing legal counsel to individuals and their families throughout the life of an estate plan. With our optional retainer program, a low annual fee gives our trust clients the ability to call whenever they have a question about their trust planning documents and make necessary changes. These conversations come at no additional cost to our clients who are in the retainer program.
Contact Us Today
To schedule an appointment with one of our lawyers, call our East Syracuse, New York, office at 315-314-3205. You may also send us an email. Our initial consultations are always free of charge and obligation to clients throughout Onondaga county and surrounding counties in central New York.