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Grand Rapids Elder Law

About Grand Rapids Elder Law

Looking for Grand Rapids elder law services? Finding a lawyer is generally an exhausting decision. For today’s seniors, there could be a variety of legal needs including estate planning and Medicaid planning issues to disability and insurance law, real estate property matters, estate planning, and even guardianship. While many legal professionals are qualified to execute most of these services, Elder Law consultants are dedicated to fulfilling the requirements of the aging population and typically undertake additional courses and education to be able to more effectively achieve this. Choosing an Elder Law professional will give you added benefits over obtaining a conventional legal professional, like greater experience with legal guidelines, a better awareness of the financial problems facing most elderly people, and more practical knowledge performing senior-specific cases. Finding the time to speak with a number of attorneys before selecting one is surely an ideal preference. By asking the ideal questions and comparing your monetary and legal expectations with their knowledge and competencies, it is possible to make an informed determination. Here at The Eldercare Channel of West Michigan, our video hosts Charles Cottrell and Catherine Jacobs of Cottrell & Jacobs offer you a variety of Elder Law advice to enable you to understand the services that elder law attorneys provide. You will additionally see that we provide more knowledge about a wealth of other typical senior concerns to help you and your family address even the most frustrating situations.  For help with your estate planning needs, please contact Cottrell & Jacobs PLC at (616) 682-5574.
Cottrell & Jacobs PLC 6739 Fulton St. E Suite A-10 Ada, MI 49301


Grand Rapids Elder Law Articles

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Why is Estate Planning So Important?

Why is estate planning so important?  Like taxes, death is inevitable.  While no one likes to discuss either issue, if one postpones estate planning, the…

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Best Time for Estate Planning: Why Estate Planning Shouldn't Wait

When is the best time for estate planning?  Approximately 66% of Americans don’t have an estate plan:  No Will, no trust, no financial or medical…

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Durable Power of Attorney

If your financial power of attorney (durable power of attorney) was prepared before October 2012, you should consider having the document updated.  The new Durable…