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Elder Law

Planning for life as you age or helping to plan the future of your elderly loved one is a very important process. When individuals have a plan in place for their future or a loved one’s, they can feel at ease and relieved that they prepared for uncertainty. Planning for the future can seem very daunting, so it can be of great value to seek the help of an attorney who can help with your elder law needs. The attorneys at Friedman Schuman have the experience and knowledge to help families in an array of areas in elder law. Our attorneys work diligently to ensure that our clients are guided in making arrangements in their best interest and offer clients peace of mind for their future. Contact an elder law attorney at Friedman Schuman for more information about elder law services.

What is elder law?

While the phrase “elder law” may suggest that it only pertains to elderly people, this is a common misconception. This area of law certainly does help to protect those that are elderly as their age progresses and can help relieve families of the uncertainties of the future. However, elder law attorneys can also provide the same services to clients of all ages, especially if they are disabled, incapacitated, or unable to make decisions for themselves. Individuals may be interested in estate planning, creating trusts, or preparing other legal documents for clients of all ages who want to protect their future and the future of their loved ones. Life presents issues to all people, no matter their age. At Friedman Schuman, we work diligently to help our clients come to satisfactory solutions.

Elder law can include:

  • estate planning
  • estate administration
  • Medicaid planning
  • long-term care planning
  • special needs planning
  • guardianships
  • power of attorney

What is the role of an elder law attorney?

Elder law attorneys help their clients create long-term care plans for the future. This can include assisting clients seeking asset protection or financial planning, for example. Elder law attorneys usually help seniors and others with special needs – as well as their families- to ensure their futures are protected and their needs are met as they age. The attorneys at Friedman Schuman can help our clients make crucial legal decisions about their long-term financial or care plans.

Contact a skilled Montgomery County elder law attorney

Planning for your future is one of the most important things you can do for yourself and your family. It is important to make sure your wishes are taken into consideration if you can no longer care for yourself.  These are important matters that should not fall into the wrong hands. The attorneys at Friedman Schuman have over 40 years of experience guiding clients through matters of estate planning and administration, including elder law. If you need help planning for your future, contact Friedman Schuman today to schedule a consultation.

Our Wills Trusts & Estates Success Stories
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Instituted various guardianship proceedings for payment of fees owed to long term-care providers.

Successfully petitioned for orphans in a dispute between a corporate trustee and the grantor of a minor’s trust.

Implemented a cryonic revocable trust.

Administered a multimillion-dollar estate with real estate located in several states.

Administered a multimillion-dollar estate that involved the sale of an operating business.

Administered an insolvent estate with gross in excess of $4 million that included business and real estate interests.

Implemented an installment purchase of limited partnership interests by using a sophisticated estate planning tool known as an “Intentionally Defective Grantor Trust” to protect appreciated assets from exposure to excessive federal estate tax.

Designed and implemented an estate plan for a high net worth real estate developer, including wills, revocable trusts, an irrevocable life insurance trust, charitable bequests and a long-term succession plan.

Completed a charitable lead trust for the benefit of a local university, resulting in income and estate tax savings for the donor and a transfer of $1 million to the university.

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