Attorney at Law
Law Office of Troy L. Thompson
Description of Services
What will happen to your property when you pass away? Who will care for your children if they are still young? You can make those decisions in advance and record them in a will or trust. If you don't have an estate plan the state has one for you: Every state, including Indiana, has a plan to distribute your estate when you die. This is called "intestate succession" and was created by the legislature without any personal knowledge of you, your property, your family or your circumstances.You probably do not want the one-size-fits-all state plan. By planning ahead and making a will or trust, you can make the decisions that are right for YOU, including:
"Advanced directive" is simply a term that refers to your instructions about your future asset management and medical care and treatment. An advance directive may name a person of your choice to make financial and/or health care choices for you when you cannot make the choices for yourself. Such directives are typically one or more documents that list your instructions. These include:
Medicaid and VA Benefits
Planning is essential when seeking public benefits, especially for long-term care.
Whether for an aging parent or other family member in need of a court-appointed agent to act on their behalf.
Step-parent and private placement adoptions of children and adults.
Starting a small business can be overwhelming and needs to be discussed and planned with skilled advisors who can offer insight that is not available from downloaded internet forms.
Real Estate Issues
Transferring real estate to loved ones or business associates may not always require a realtor, but must be done carefully and correctly to help prevent future difficulties.
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