A Life Cyclist: Wills, Trusts, Probate
Drawing from an extensive legal background with Wills, Trusts and Estate Administration, I help my clients protect their assets and determine how they want to distribute their assets when they die.
I have been enjoying the process of helping my clients make wise choices with regard to their trusted agents, end-of-life medical treatment, and in creating a plan for distributing their assets for many years. I will take the time to listen to your story and learn what your core values are so that your legal documents will accurately reflect your wishes. I can help you tailor your estate plan to your circumstances.
If your family is dealing with the death of a loved one, I can help you navigate through estate administration and probate whether or not your loved one had a will or a trust.
Serving Clients In Abington, Montgomery County and the Greater Philadelphia Communities since 1978
Planning for incapacity, Medicaid issues, updating your estate plan, insurance planning and review, and more
Powers of attorneys, advance health care directives, wills, revocable trusts, special needs trusts, inheritance options, choosing trustees, and more
Probate And Estate Administration
Wills, no wills, trust administration, inventorying assets, tax accounting, fiduciary guidance, and more
Medicaid Planning Is Not Just For Those In Their Golden Years
Many families these days are living in multigenerational homes. Younger people are caring for their own children as well as their parents, who are in their golden years, under one roof. Consequently, busy lifestyles often result in zero conversations about Medicaid planning, asset protection and the assistance of long-term health care facilities.
For older Americans, qualifying for Medicaid can lift a substantial financial burden if you need nursing home care later in life. But when you own assets you may not qualify for Medicaid; or worse, you could unnecessarily have to use these assets to pay for nursing home care.
Do not fear and do not leave conversations about Medicaid and asset protection by the wayside. If you plan in advance, you do not have to incur the possibility of unnecessarily losing your home during your lifetime to pay for nursing home care services. With proper planning, it may be possible to qualify for Medicaid to pay for your long tern nursing home care. I can help you develop an estate plan to address your long-term care needs.
When You Have The Option, Choose Wisely
Whether you are heading off to college, serving active duty in the armed services or setting out to the Magic Kingdom for a vacation, having an estate plan – or, at minimum, powers of attorney and advance health care directive – will give you peace of mind that you are protecting your rights to choose when you cannot speak for yourself.
Call my office in Abington at 267-627-8092 or send me an email to make arrangements for a meeting. At the law office of Larry Scott Auerbach, Esquire, you will get the serious legal counsel, advice and representation you need in an enjoyable and pleasant environment.
Larry Scott Auerbach, Esquire, CPA-PFS, JD, LLM, MBA
I am a Board-Certified elder law attorney (CELA), Certified Public Accountant (CPA) with a Personal Financial Specialist (PFS) designation. I have been selected for inclusion in Pennsylvania Super Lawyers since 2019. Only 5% of the attorneys in the state are selected each year. I am also a member of the Pennsylvania Association of Elder Law Attorneys (PAELA) and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA).
My clients say I am personable. I say I am seriously credentialed, experienced and excellent at what I do. I am down to earth at the same time. I cannot remember the last time I came into my office in a suit and tie, so come as you are, and let’s address your elder law, estate plan or probate matter.
With my extensive legal background, my clients benefit from the way I look at every legal problem in a multidisciplinary manner. I get great satisfaction in helping my clients save money and aggravation.