Our experienced elder law, estate planning, and probate team will guide you in putting essential documents in place, Medicaid planning, writing a will, establishing a trust, probate and estate administration, and a range of other important tasks. When you meet with Attorney Aaron Miller, all of your questions and concerns will be addressed.
We all get old, and, with any luck, we remain healthy as we age. However, there are a variety of legal issues to consider as you or a parent ages. At Miller Law Office, PLLC, we help you respond to the issues created by aging, illness, chronic conditions, or disability. If you are caring for aging parents or other family members, our team helps you protect their interests and provide for dependents and other family members now and in the future.
We encourage you to get in touch with us before you are facing a health or financial crisis so that we can help your elderly loved ones plan to avoid the worst. When you sit down with us, we will take a look at your income and assets and go over your options for financing a nursing home and protecting your hard-earned savings and property. It is never too soon to plan for your golden years. Give our Plano, TX, office a call to get started today.
Miller Law Office, PLLC focuses on helping people prepare their estate to avoid, or at least minimize, the necessity of going through probate. Even with the best of preparation, however, it is sometimes hard to completely avoid probate. If a loved one has recently passed away, it is important to have a skilled attorney at your side. Even with uncontested estates, a good attorney can help speed the process along and avoid any unneeded stress.
The probate process can be time-consuming and complicated. Having an attorney at your side to walk you through the process is important to avoid further complications. Our estate planning and probate attorney can give you the assistance and peace of mind you need when you have lost a loved one. Contact our office in Plano as soon as possible if you are facing probate.
Many people think that only the wealthy and retired need to have an estate plan. The fact is, everyone should complete some level of estate planning. What documents do you really need to be part of your plan? When you meet with Attorney Aaron Miller, he will explain all of your options and help you create a plan that accomplishes your goals.
We understand that you can get many estate planning documents for free online, but what you can’t get is advice tailored to your unique situation and a plan that is designed to protect your assets and your dependents. At Miller Law Office, PLLC, we take the time to get to know you and to understand your goals and desires for the future. Take that first step towards peace of mind today!