• Probate, Estate Administration and Settlement of Non Probate Assets
• Medicaid Planning
• Assistance with Medicaid Applications
• Guardianships and Avoiding Guardianships
• Stopping Elder Abuse
Elder Law is a conglomeration of traditional areas of law which are related to each other and concern seniors. Elder Law includes clients of all ages who have disabilities, life-threatening illnesses, or who need advice regarding government assistance or tax planning and families of such clients.
It can be a little unnerving to talk about death or the possibility that disease or an accident that may leave an individual incapable of caring for themselves, but it should not keep individuals from being prepared.
There are a multitude of Wills, Trusts, and other estate planning tools. Elder Law of Wenatchee, P.S. has invested many years of study in estate planning so that Elder Law of Wenatchee P.S. can benefit its clients.
Elder Law of Wenatchee, P.S. analyzes each client’s situation, goals, needs and budget and then makes recommendations tailored specifically to that client – “one size does not fit all.”
Probate, Estate Administration and Settlement of Non-Probate Assets
Probate is a court supervised administration to transfer assets from the decedent to his beneficiaries under a Will.
Non-probate administration does not require court supervision to transfer assets. Elder Law of Wenatchee, P.S. assists clients with the estate settlement process, either through the probate process or through non-probate processes.
Nursing homes are an expensive reality for many elderly and disabled individuals. To qualify for Medicaid benefits, an individual’s income and assets must be below specific amounts. In some cases, particularly for couples, there are options to protect assets from the cost of long term care.
Elder Law of Wenatchee, P.S. can help individuals and their families, depending on their specific facts and circumstances, obtain Medicaid assistance without spending all of their assets by using special planning strategies.
Guardianship is the legal process whereby a person who is interested in the well-being of an individual who appears unable to manage his or her own affairs in a proper manner can ask the local court to appoint an appropriate person to act on behalf of the incapacitated person.
Peggi Moxley seeks to be known as the attorney who returns phone calls and who provides her clients with outstanding legal services and focuses her practice to Elder Law including Estate Planning, Probate and Trust Administration, Medicaid Planning, Guardianship and Vulnerable Adult Actions.
Elder Law of Wenatchee P.S. possesses the ability of identifying a client’s objective and helps clients create a plan which achieves their objectives. “One size does not fit all” as each client has their own unique facts and circumstances which must be considered before creating a solution for each client.