When researching legal help for your project we suggest seeking firms and attorneys that have experience in a field matching your needs. For example, during a costly home renovation you would not have an electrician work on your plumbing. Why would you expect a general practice attorney to navigate the complexities of your estate plan?
At Indiana Estate & Elder Law our team only practices in the areas of estate planning and elder law. These areas include topics such as business planning, business succession planning, estate planning, guardianships, Veteran’s benefits, Medicaid benefits, Medicaid planning, long-term care planning, and much more.
Sometimes our team is not the best fit for your project. Think things like estate litigation, divorce, bankruptcy, family, environmental, or criminal law. If this is the case, we make referrals to attorneys and professionals in the area who have experience and knowledge handling that type of work.
Take a moment to explore our practice areas
Business Succession Planning
Maintaining business operations, staff employment, and shareholder benefits should remain a priority even if something were to happen to you. Creating a succession plan ensures those expectations.
Elder law encompasses many objectives. Maybe you are preparing to help a loved one move to a skilled facility. Perhaps you are looking to qualify for Medicaid and protect your assets. There could even be a need to take an estate through probate proceedings.
There are aid and attendance benefits reserved for aging and disabled Veterans as well as their surviving spouses. Not only are those who qualify entitled to basic pension plans through the Department of Veterans Affairs, Veteran’s Benefits can help pay long-term care costs in nursing home care facilities if certain requirements are met.
The application process to qualify for Medicaid Benefits is no easy feat. It often takes multiple submissions with tiny adjustments to get approval. With long-term care costs on the rise and the rules of Medicaid constantly changing, it is reassuring to have a benefit specialist advocating for you that you can call upon.