You’ve worked hard for the assets you have, so why wouldn’t you take the extra step of protecting them for future generations? At Monteforte Law, P.C., we specialize in estate plans for individuals, families, and business owners and in helping retirees with trusts, Medicaid planning, and protecting assets from long-term care costs. Learn more about our services below.
Elder law is a very challenging and specialized field. The rules are constantly changing, making the laws even more difficult to navigate. Legal advice and legal documents have to change with the times, and creating effective estate plans and Medicaid plans hinge on one’s ability to think critically, be imaginative, and problem-solve.
There are many times when I see clients getting ready to enter a family member into nursing home care, and I tell them they should have come to see me five years ago! Let us help you plan for the future before it’s too late. We will take a look at a variety of options for you, including estate planning, protection of assets, irrevocable living trusts, and Medicaid planning and applications. Contact Monteforte Law, P.C. in Wilmington today.
In Massachusetts, everyone needs to have a will. It’s just that simple. Without a will, you are leaving a mess for your family, including months to even years of waiting for distributions, additional probate costs, susceptibility to creditors’ claims, estate taxes, and more. A proper estate plan is a must, especially for people with families and young children.
Do you need to consider tools other than a Last Will and Testament to protect your assets? Attorney Michael Monteforte, Jr., will discuss all of your options with you and guide you in selecting the estate planning tools that will best help you meet your goals. Get the peace of mind you deserve and protect your hard-earned assets for the next generation with an estate plan from Monteforte Law, P.C.
You may have thought that because your loved one had a will, his assets will pass smoothly on to his heirs upon his death. However, this is usually not the case in Massachusetts. Many types of assets will likely have to go through a difficult court process called probate. As an experienced probate attorney, Michael Monteforte, Jr., can guide you through the process, freeing you up to cope with your loss and attend to your family.
Unless your loved one had an irrevocable living trust, at least some of his estate will probably have to go through probate before it is distributed to heirs. If there is a will and someone contests it, the process can be even longer and more burdensome. If you are an executor of an estate or the closest heir, you should seriously consider hiring Monteforte Law, P.C., to help you through this difficult time. Call us to get your questions answered.