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People think about investments, family planning and building their career when planning for the future. Other critical questions, however, must also be answered, such as "How will my assets best be protected when they are passed on to my loved ones?" or “How will I pay for long-term care if someone I love or I need to enter a nursing home?”
These are critical questions you should not overlook. When planning for the future, make sure you include estate planning in the discussion. Probate is also an important and necessary legal area to deal with when a loved one passes on.
At Friedman Law LLC, we can help you with the basics of wills, trusts, powers of attorney and health care directives, as well as the complex issues related to guardianship, long-term care and incapacitation or probate proceedings.
Our firm is led by attorney Susan L. Friedman who has over 20 years of legal experience. She practices law with an emphasis on personal service and a commitment to quality. Her focus on estate planning and probate is bolstered by her educational background. After earning both her law degree and master's degree in social work, she developed a passion for serving others. She understands the complex nature of long-term care and the personal nature of estate planning issues.Read less