- Power of Attorney and Health Care Surrogate
- Medicaid Planning and Asset Protection
- Nursing Home Medicaid
- Veterans Benefits/Veterans and Surviving Spouses
- Probate and Trust Administration
- Wills and Trusts
- Special Needs Trusts
- Contested Wills and Trusts
- Protect Your Rights
- Get Organized
- Medicaid Eligibility
- Life Care Planning
- Speaking Engagements
Why do I work with a paralegal?
Each client will have an attorney and paralegal assigned to work with them. Our paralegals are experienced and dedicated to your case to keep track of each step in the process. We provide a direct dial number to the paralegal assigned to your affairs to make it easier to reach the person knowledgeable of your specific needs. They will often seek to answer directly your questions or if not able, then they will seek to get enough information to pass along to the attorney for further direction. The paralegals are not meant as a screening device but they are a knowledgeable part of the legal team that keeps your matter moving along. We do charge for their time on your matter (if not a flat fee arrangement), and they often make the cost of providing legal services more reasonable in comparison to other legal providers.