I save people from bureaucracy.

My mission is to save people from bureaucracy with simple estate planning and expert Medicaid guidance.

  • Are you tired of rules and procedures that treat you like a statistic, not a human?
  • Do you want legal documents made just for you? Ones you won’t need a lawyer to understand?
  • Do you feel the burden of managing long-term care for yourself or a loved one? Do you wonder how you’ll pay for it? Do you need a helper to guide you safely and quickly through the process of applying for Medicaid?

Simple Estate Planning

Do you need a will or a power of attorney, but don’t know where to start? My estate planning is designed to be quick and easy for my clients.

  • I meet with clients remotely, by phone or video. You don’t have to come to my office—though you can if you want to.
  • I pride myself on a fast turnaround. You can have your documents in as little as one week.
  • I customize each will or power of attorney. I studied the law and wrote these documents myself; I don’t reuse some other attorney’s template.
  • I minimize the fuss. I collect as much information from you as I can through secure forms you can fill out online.
  • Unlike do-it-yourself services like LegalZoom, you get a licensed attorney to answer your questions at no extra cost and reassure you that your legal documents work for you.
  • I use technology to make estate planning convenient and less of a burden. You will get electronic copies of your documents, securely accessible online.

Medicaid Help

Nearly a third of people turning age 65 today will have long-term care costs that exceed their ability to pay and will need Medicaid assistance. If you’re feeling the burden of long-term care and wondering how you’ll pay for it, I’m here to help.

  • While many public services exist to help the aging and disabled, there is only one helper who can give you legal advice: an elder law attorney. Your attorney is entirely on your side. Your attorney can help you use the legal powers you have to plan for your future and provide for your family.
  • If you’re just waiting to run out of savings to apply for Medicaid, stop! You don’t have to be passive—you can be proactive, with the help of an attorney.
  • An elder law attorney can:
    • Get you eligible for Medicaid sooner;
    • Help you spend your savings wisely while anticipating the need for Medicaid;
    • Save some of your assets to pass on to your family, without endangering your Medicaid eligibility;
    • Make sure your spouse has enough to live on; and
    • Avoid problems that could prevent your Medicaid application from being approved.