Estate Planning & Elder Law
Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney
Medicaid Planning, Veterans Benefits, and Related Matters
"... in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes" (Benjamin Franklin). Therefore, every adult over 18 years of age, and certainly every family with minor children, needs basic estate planning - a Will, a Power of Attorney for Finances, a Power of Attorney for Health Care (a Living Will), and possibly a Trust.
In addition to basic estate planning, Elders and Retirees also need to start planning for the possibility of disability, incapacity, or incompetency caused by illness, accident, or aging which might require long-term care - at home, in assisted living, or in a skilled nursing home.
Ask yourself: Who will speak for you when you cannot speak for yourself? Who will act for you and manage your affairs when you cannot manage your own affairs? Who will care for you when you are no longer able to care for yourself? And finally, how will you pay for long-term care if that becomes necessary? Call me to discuss these and other important issues.
Robert G. (Bob) Teeter
Attorney and Counselor
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Serving Michigan and Texas
ICLE Probate & Estate Planning Certificate Recipient
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
US Department of Veterans Affairs Accredited Attorney