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Your Attorneys
for Life

Helping You Plan for the Two Most Important Things in Your Life: Everything You Own and Everyone You Love

Your Attorneys
for Life

Helping You Plan for the Two Most Important Things in Your Life: Everything You Own and Everyone You Love

Who We Are

Protect and Preserve Your Most Valuable Assets

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What We Do

Elder Law

Leigh Hilton can help you keep more of your lifetime savings, protect the family home or farm, and make sure every worst-case scenario is accounted for in your planning or taking care of your loved ones.

Estate Planning

Estate planning is the process of arranging your assets to be distributed legally to the next generation, usually through a Will and/or Trust. Proper planning of an estate helps ensure that your wishes are carried out.

Probate Law

Probate is the legal process of administering an estate and resolving all claims to assets and property the process is often dictated by a valid will, but also applies when a person dies without having signed a valid will.

Special Needs Planning

A Supplemental Needs Trust (also known as a Special Needs Trust) is created to ensure that beneficiaries who have a disability or are incapacitated are cared for by your estate. 

 

 

 

Medicaid Planning

Planning for Medicaid is not really something any of us have in the forefront of our minds when planning for our future and eventual retirement, and while many of us will never need it, it’s always good to know your options when it comes to Medicaid planning.

Veterans' Benefits

Veterans and widows/widowers of veterans can qualify for home health care, assisted living, or nursing home care assistance under the Veterans Administration Aid and Attendance Pension Benefits Program.

 

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What is an Incentive Trust?

Imagine for a second that you are in the process of creating your estate planning strategy. You and your attorney are carefully considering everything, and you are close to finally breathing a big sigh of relief because, well, your PLAN is taking shape. This truly is...

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How Often Should My Estate Plan Be Reviewed?

Once you create an estate plan, it is easy to just file it away in a drawer and assume you and your loved ones are covered for every possible future situation. The thing is, though, that is not always possible. Life throws you curveballs. Situations change — whether...

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