Category: Asset Protection Planning for Long Term Care

Cognitive Impairment A Long And Winding Road

Posted on March 26, 2019

Article written by Beth Ann Lawson, Esq. As an attorney, I meet wonderful families in various stages of planning for the mental incapacity of a loved one.  Some families are struggling with a current crisis with more limited legal options […]

Posted in Asset Protection Planning for Long Term Care, Elder Law, Estate Planning, Guardianships & Conservatorships

Paying for Long-Term Care for Veterans

Posted on December 18, 2018

Article written by Kevin O’Donnell, Esq.            Assisted living facilities and nursing homes have become astonishingly expensive.  If you are a veteran and struggling to plan for how to pay for long-term care costs without spending […]

Posted in Asset Protection Planning for Long Term Care, Elder Law, Estate Planning

Michael G. Montgomery to speak at NBI Seminar in Richmond, VA on The Probate Process

Posted on October 12, 2017

Educating others is at the root of our firm. We take pride in our attorneys’ continuous efforts to educate the community of various estate planning issues. Principal, Michael G. Montgomery, has been selected to present at “The Probate Process from […]

Posted in Asset Protection Planning for Long Term Care, Estate Planning, Trust & Estate Administration

Jeremy L. Pryor Selected Speaker for NBI Workshop

Posted on February 9, 2017

Attorney Jeremy L. Pryor was selected to instruct a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) workshop for the National Business Institute (NBI). The program will take place on March 9th in Richmond, Va. The title fo the program is Protecting Assets While […]

Posted in Asset Protection Planning for Long Term Care, Attorneys in the News, Elder Law

Beth Ann Lawson Co-Authors Book Addressing Aging Issues

Posted on December 7, 2015

Attorney Beth Ann R. Lawson had the honor of co-authoring the book, “Protect Your Family!  What You Really Need to Know For the Second Half of Life” with 15 other practicing Elder Law attorneys throughout the United States in 2015.  […]

Posted in Asset Protection Planning for Long Term Care, Elder Law, Estate Planning, Special Needs Trusts