What Our Clients Say About Us
"Clearly your in-depth understanding of the law, your ability to educate us and your experience dealing with Medicaid dramatically improved my parent’s future."
H. W., Salt Lake City, Utah
"I appreciate all you have done for our family. The result was much better than I had hoped. Your fee is more than reasonable and we acknowledge your skill in obtaining this outcome."
R. S., Draper, Utah
"I am recommending you to my friends with special needs children because you are thorough, you explain things well, and you are empathetic."
L. P., Provo, Utah
Attorney at Law, PLLC
Salt Lake City, Utah
Estate Planning Attorney
We are Utah's premier law firm for elder law issues and special needs trusts. We have helped hundreds of clients - just like you - obtain Medicaid and other assistance to help a spouse or parent pay for nursing home care. And we have provided estate planning services and special needs trusts to hundreds of additional individuals with disabilities and to families with children with disabilities.
We also handle a variety of additional legal matters, including guardianship and conservatorship petitions; traditional estate planning services (wills and trusts); estate and trust administration, including probate and estate and trust litigation; Medicaid estate recovery claims; veteran's benefits; claims involving financial exploitation of seniors; and contested federal tax matters.
Blended Family Basics
Is yours a blended family? If yes, then you face unique inheritance challenges, to include disinheriting your ex-spouse, providing for your new spouse and your own children, and protecting their inheritance. Keep this newsletter (and share it with others).
Learn more about our practice areas:
- Long-Term Care and Medicaid Planning Services
- Special Needs Trusts and Persons With Disabilitites
- Trust and Estate Administration – Probate and Litigation
- Traditional Estate Planning (Wills and Trusts)
- Guardianship and Conservatorship Petitions
- Medicaid Estate Recovery Claims Initiated by the State of Utah
- Veteran's Benefits, Including Aid and Attendance
- Financial Exploitation of Seniors and Elder Abuse
- Contested Federal Tax Matters
Ten Things Clients & Professionals Get Wrong in Planning for Nursing Home Care & Medicaid
As elder law attorneys who spend much of our time immersed in helping clients pay for nursing home care, there are some common issues that clients — and their advisors — often misunderstand.
Estate Planning Fundamentals
for Parents of Children
There are several important legal issues common to parents of adult and minor children with disabilities. First, and perhaps most importantly, parents of children with special needs must make careful estate planning choices.
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