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Estate Planning Services

If you are like most people, you have little idea of what an estate plan actually is, or why you might need one.

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Elder Law & Medicaid

Confused about Medicaid? You’re not alone! The complexity of this constantly changing law can sometimes feel overwhelming.

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Trust Administration &

Dealing with probate and trust administration after the death of a loved one is never easy and not something you want to do alone.

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Legacy Planning

Legacy planning looks beyond property and other assets and focuses on protecting the values and goals most important to you.

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Estate Planning with an Elder Law Focus

Elder Law encompasses several different aspects including Incapacity Planning , Long-Term Care Insurance, Medicaid Planning, Nursing Home Planning, and retirement living, just to name a few. Our Grand Forks, ND Estate Planning attorneys can help customize an Estate Plan, which can include provisions for your future care.

With proper planning made ahead of time, you can rest assured that you will receive the kind of care you deserve even if you are unable to mentally and physically care for yourself.


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Medicaid and Nursing Home Planning

Nursing home costs are averaging $74,000 annually. It’s difficult to imagine how you’ll pay for long-term care. Trying to qualify for government benefits such as Medicaid possibly means decreasing your estate size by more than half. By working with our Grand Forks, ND Estate Planning attorneys, we can provide you with Medicaid Planning and Nursing Home Planning services, so that you qualify for government assistance like Medicaid without having to deplete your estate.

By including a Medicaid and Nursing Home Plan into your Estate Plan, you can set into motion several triggers, which will move your assets around so that you qualify for Medicaid when the time arises.