In creating estate plans our trusts, estates, and elder law attorneys seek to educate each client regarding options available to them and assist in creating and implementing plans that address the client’s needs and concerns while avoiding common legal pitfalls and issues that come from failure to plan effectively. Such planning involves creating documents that manage potential incapacity during life as well as effective wealth transfer and management after death. Often we assist in educating and coordinating different care options for clients who require assistance at home or elsewhere. The clients we assist in planning range from high-net-worth professionals and business owners to disabled individuals seeking to maintain or achieve benefits eligibility (such as Medicaid or VA benefits). In addition to creating estate plans, our attorneys have significant experience in representing fiduciaries and beneficiaries in the context of estate and trust administration. We leverage the experience of our litigation and tax attorneys to address issues that arise in those areas when dealing with estate and trust administration. Our attorneys also regularly appear in matters seeking the appointment of Guardian and/or Conservator over an allegedly incapacitated individual.