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Proper Estate Planning allows you to plan for yourself and your loved ones without giving up control of your affairs. This can only be done with significant personal counseling about your options. A plan that works allows you to maintain control during your lifetime, plan for your disability, then give what you have to whom you want, when you want, and the way you want. We employ the Three Step Strategy™ to accomplish estate planning for our client families.


This area of the law concentrates on counseling senior citizens, persons with disabilities, and their families, while emphasizing the highest quality of care for the individual in need. Elder Law planning may be right for you, or may be a perfect fit for your parents, family members, or loved ones even if your personal planning takes you in a different direction.


It is critical that you understand the differences between Medicare, SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance), Medicaid, SSI (Supplemental Security Income), and more. We find that there is much confusion here, and that often clients are not receiving the full advantage of help they are entitled to or could qualify for.


If you have served the United States in some branch of the military (Thank You!), you or your surviving spouse or family may be entitled to Service Related Disability Benefits, and/or Veterans' Pension Benefits. Too often, we meet veterans who are struggling to make ends meet and are completely unaware of the help that may be available to them.


If your family is dealing with the loss of a loved one and facing the stress of legal and financial hurdles as a result, call us today. Tell us about your situation and we will gladly guide you in setting up a no cost consultation so that we may assist you and your family and provide that all important peace of mind that comes from dealing with a professional.


This planning is also known as Supplemental Needs Trusts (SNT) planning. If an individual with special needs receives assets in their own name, often as the result of a lawsuit or inheritance, good planning with an SNT can make sure their benefits from those funds is structured so that they can qualify or continue to qualify for government benefits. The nuances in this planning are important.


Bryan Bolling has successfully represented clients charged with felony and misdemeanor crimes from larceny offenses to various traffic offenses, including: Operating While Intoxicated, Driving While License Suspended, and Hit & Run-type offenses. Additionally, Mr. Bolling has successfully represented clients facing all types of civil legal issues.

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