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Is Your Trust Convertible?

February 7th, 2020 (No Comments)

  Estate planning is all about flexibility. If you cannot anticipate future contingencies and adjust accordingly, then you’re going to be stuck. When you’re stuck, you cannot protect either your assets or yourself. So how do implement flexibility in your estate plan to prevent from getting stuck? The answer is it’s all about the tools […]

What is an Estate?

February 1st, 2020 (No Comments)

What is an Estate? The RETURN of Hayden Soloway to the Elder Law Report is EPIC as the team discusses what an estate is. Do You Have An Estate? Greg McIntyre:             Hi, this is Greg McIntyre with McIntyre Elder Law, and this is the Elder Law Report. The Elder Law Report is a show that […]

4 Tips to Gain Clarity With Your Estate Plan.

January 28th, 2020 (No Comments)

2020 Vision in 2020: I think planning gives you clarity. In that respect, Elder Law is Clarity. It helps families plan, think about the future, protect assets and gain peace of mind. As we head into the new year, everyone is making and breaking resolutions. I love this time of year because of the planning […]

The Simple Magic of Maps.

January 25th, 2020 (No Comments)

In this Elder Law Report we are providing all Estate Planning, Trust Planning and Lady Bird Deed Maps all in one place just for you for FREE. These maps can really help in planning your strategy for how to protect your hard earned money and property.    

Will the Inheritance you Leave be a Burden?

January 19th, 2020 (No Comments)

               Making a Will is an extremely common concept. You own stuff and you want to make sure a certain person or persons get that stuff when you die. What’s not commonly considered, however, is what will happen when that transfer of assets takes place. There’s some good, there’s […]

The Value of Using Irrevocable Trusts in Medicaid Planning

January 15th, 2020 (No Comments)

People often wonder about the value of using irrevocable trusts in Medicaid planning. Certainly gifting of assets can be done outright, not involving an irrevocable trust. Outright gifts have the advantages of being simple to do with minimal costs involved, including the cost of preparing and recording deeds and the cost of preparing and filing […]

LIVE FULL Asset Protection seminar FOR FREE

January 15th, 2020 (No Comments)

IN PERSON . VIDEO CONSULT . PHONE CONSULT As promised!!! LIVE FULL Asset Protection seminar FOR FREE right on Social Media… All for you today. ANY QUESTIONS? Go to: mcelderlaw.com or call: 704-749-9244. Greg McIntyre:             This is Greg McIntyre. I’m doing a full seminar for you right now, full video seminar or full webinar style […]

4 steps to Your Plan!

January 12th, 2020 (No Comments)

Get 2020 Vision in 2020! Greg lays out a 4 step plan to FINALLY get that much needed plan in place that brings with it the peace of mind and clarity you so justly deserve. Learn More: mcelderlaw.com/estateplanning Happy new year, happy new year’s resolution, I’ve been working on it. I love this time of […]

Happy New Year!!!

December 31st, 2019 (No Comments)

Happy New Year to everyone out there from me and the McIntyre Elder Law team! Exclusive right here 2020 we will be working extremely hard for clients and adding nursing home litigation to our areas of practice. We will always fight for you! Happy New Year!!! Happy New Year! Hey guys. This is Greg McIntyre […]

Avoid Risks this New Year with 2020 Vision

December 31st, 2019 (No Comments)

As we enter the new year, you may be asking yourself the same question you likely ask every year: “how is this year going to be different?” Every new year, we make our resolutions and our goals but, despite our best intentions, we tend to somehow fall short of our goals. It’s not because of […]

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