Throughout the legal process, the Law Office Of Teresa B. Petty-Jones provides a friendly, family-oriented approach. Estate planning, asset protection and elder law matters are deeply personal and affect your and your family’s future. We understand that and seek to provide a service that helps you make these decisions in a comfortable environment. We are dedicated to equipping you with the information you need to make educated decisions. Our goal is to ensure you are informed of the pitfalls and benefits of each available option.
Probate And Trust Administration
Although a well-crafted estate plan can be invaluable to ensuring the integrity of your family’s wealth management strategy, the loss of a family member can leave some struggling to manage the many things that need to be done after a loved one’s death. We use caring and compassionate assistance at this trying time to help you with the probate process and any other legal issues you may be facing. We will keep the focus on you and guide you through the many traps that can turn an already difficult time into a disaster. We will provide you with the trusted counsel and tailored services you need to understand complex administration and probate processes all while making sure your specific needs and goals are met.
All consultations for grieving families are free and come with no obligations.
With millions of baby boomers reaching retirement age, issues affecting senior citizens are becoming more prevalent. Our firm is equipped to protect your loved one if you suspect elder abuse. We also have the training and experience to quickly identify situations where abuse is likely. This could include situations where an individual or family member is abusing or manipulating your loved one in his or her old age. We can take the action needed to put an end to the abuse, protecting your loved ones.
But elder law encompasses much more: It also involves planning for the complex health care, long-term care, and other issues being faced by elderly and disabled individuals and their families.
Studies show that we stand a 40% chance of needing long-term care at least once before we die. Therefore, everyone should realize that at some point in his or her life, residency in a nursing home or an assisted living facility is a distinct possibility.
Unfortunately, the substantial cost of nursing home care for an incapacitated person can wipe away a family’s nest egg along with the inheritance planned for surviving family members. The primary alternative to paying out of your pocket for the nursing home is Medi-Cal. In many cases, Medi-Cal – California’s version of the Medicaid program – can provide critical support when it is needed the most.
Additional resources are available to our veterans. But veterans’ benefits are as valuable as they are difficult to obtain. We offer the resources and assistance necessary to ensure our veterans receive the benefits they have earned.
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