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Now Here's The Reason I'm An Estate Planning Attorney
By Grace Kim, Intern You’ve spent your entire life accumulating hard earned assets, and now it’s time to protect them. If your first step was to begin to establish an estate plan, you’ve taken an extremely important first step. However, attempting to set up a legal estate plan alone or even worse with the help of a less-than-stellar attorney can be frustrating, confusing and complicated. However, it doesn’t need to be! The right attorney can make the process easy and seamless. If you are armed with the help of the right attorney, there are really only four questions to be concerned with.
In trying to provide more effective planning solutions for our clients and the general public, our office has begun working with other professionals to create a comprehensive planning package that addresses not only estate planning with a focus on avoiding probate but also setting up a framework to protect assets from frivolous lawsuits, unnecessary taxes, and even a Medicaid spend down should nursing home care be needed. Even more importantly, we are now working with a company called Loving Care Strategies, LLC (co-founded by Mr. Marsocci) to make these documents more affordable. While other attorneys in the area are charging as much as $12,000 up front for the same documents we are offering, our firm is charging $250 down and $100 per month for five years.
Do you know who will make healthcare decisions for you during a crisis? More importantly, will the hospital listen to them? Without the right legal documents, they may not. And with the current climate in North Carolina post Amendment One, no medical personnel are going to listen to a partner without the right documents in place.