Protect your future and your loved ones
Choose to protect your assets for your heirs and beneficiaries with advanced planning. To keep it from unnecessary tax consequences with a new will or trust.
Consider updating your power of attorney and healthcare proxy to comply with recent changes in the law.
According to recent studies, nearly 60% of American adults do not have a will, so they risk leaving behind a messy and complicated estate for their loved ones to navigate. In addition, the majority of individuals over the age of 65 will require some form of long-term care, which can be incredibly expensive and burdensome for families who are unprepared.
How can CBAS help with Wills, Trust, and Elder Care Planning?
Our team of experts also specializes in elder care planning, which includes a range of services such as healthcare directives, durable powers of attorney, and Medicaid planning. With the rising costs of long-term care, it is essential to have a solid plan in place to protect your assets and ensure that you or your loved one receives the necessary care.