Green Law Offices PC
 An Elder Law Firm
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Estate Planning
We prepare Wills, Revocable Living Trusts, Powers of Attorney for Finances and Healthcare, Living Wills, Special Needs Trusts, Minor's Trusts, Pet Trusts and Pre-Nuptial Agreements for Second Marriages.
Our Services
Our Practice is limited to Elder Law, which is an area of the law that has developed over the past twenty years as the legal community has come to realize that as we age, our legal needs become more particular.  Elder Law encompasses many traditional areas of the law such as Estate  Planning,   Guardianships,  and Probate and Trust Administration.  However, it also involves some newer areas of the law related to healthcare issues such as Medicaid and Veterans Benefits  as well as Special Needs Trusts.
If your loved one has suffered a sudden debilitating illness before having the chance to prepare a proper estate plan, we can assist you through the Guardianship process to help you gain authority to handle their finances and make healthcare decisions.
Probate and Trust Administration
Whether your Estate Plan is centered on a Last Will and Testament or a Revocable Living Trust, we can assist your loved ones through the process of settling your affairs after your death.  We strive to make the process as painless and orderly as possible while advising your family  how to properly administer your estate or trust.
Medicaid and Veteran's Benefits Planning
This is the area that differentiates an Elder Law practice from a traditional estate practice.  If you or a loved one requires caregiving in your home, an Assisted Living Facility or a Nursing Home, we can help you navigate the maze of rules and regulations with Medicare, Medicaid and Veteran's Benefits.
Special Needs Planning
Another area uniques to Elder Law is assisting families that have a member with Special Needs.  This includes protecting personal injury or malpractice settlements from interfering with government benefits and  adapting estate plans to care for a loved one with Special Needs.