Asset Protection

Mississippi Asset Protection Attorney

“Asset protection” is not just a “simple” will.  Estate planning that will provide future personal and financial security may include:

  • Reviewing property ownership and intended disposition of assets
  • Drafting personalized wills and trusts for asset protection and management
  • Preparing health-care directives and durable powers of attorney for decision-making in the event of incapacity
  • Using a special needs trust for a spouse or child with a disability
  • Addressing specific family dynamics, such as “troubled” children and multiple marriages
  • Reviewing IRA and retirement account beneficiary designations
  • Maximizing and applying for Social Security, SSI, Medicare, Medicaid, and Veteran’s benefits

We help “Baby Boomers” and older clients protect their loved ones and financial resources by:

  • Identifying family and financial circumstances and problems that affect planning goals
  • Educating you about planning options and solutions
  • Creating a plan that will achieve your planning goals and give peace of mind
  • Drafting all legal documents needed to implement your plan, and
  • Finding additional available resources that will meet future needs as they arise

Recent Blog Posts Related to Asset Protection:

  • Why Do-it-Yourself Wills Don’t Work
    From time to time, clients have come into our office with wills or powers of attorney they had prepared or printed from an online source.  In most cases we have…
  • VA Gives Veterans (and Their Widows) Money to Pay for Care at Home
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  • Upcoming Events and Presentations
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  • How Do Annuities Compare to Social Security?
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  • Divorce May Not Revoke Your Old Will
    A recent Mississippi Court of Appeals decision (Chaney v. Chaney, No. 2015-CA-01613-COA, https://courts.ms.gov/Images/Opinions/CO120771.pdf) points out that a divorce by itself will not revoke one of the spouse’s earlier will. Facts:…

Contact the Mississippi Asset Protection Attorneys at Courtney Elder Law Associates today.