Incompetency Planning

Many believe that their spouse or adult children can automatically take over for them if they are no longer able to handle their financial affairs or health care decision-making. We have power of attorney and legal directive documents designed to ensure the smooth transition of decision-making in such circumstances. If such documents are not in place, a court petition may be necessary to declare you incompetent and then select person(s) to act on your behalf. This process can be costly, stressful, and can require ongoing court oversight.

You do not have to face these issues alone. Kissinger Law Office has the experience and expertise to assist you in meeting these challenges. Based on your objectives, we will focus asset protection efforts as necessary. For example, your plan will be structured to protect the assets that are important to you while retaining flexibility with the rest of your assets. Contact us today to start the process of understanding the issues surrounding asset protection planning, Medicaid eligibility, and incompetency planning.