Sherlock Holmes and the Estate Planning Mystery: The Case of the Fraudulent Heir.

January 7th, 2023 (No Comments)

It was a dark and stormy night, the kind of night that made one want to curl up by the fire with a good book. But I, Sherlock Holmes, was […]

Learning From Mistakes

December 19th, 2022 (No Comments)

It has been a great year at the firm. Thousands of clients helped, great teamwork, great execution. But I have made some mistakes. The mistakes I have made have sometimes […]

Why do I need a Will if I have a Trust?

November 28th, 2022 (No Comments)

I had this question from a client the other day. We were signing a trust into being for a family and he looked at me and said, “Hey Greg, why […]

You’ve been named Trustee what do you do now?

November 23rd, 2022 (No Comments)

Whenever a trust is created, the creator of the trust, also known as the “Grantor,” picks a person to administer the trust. That person is the “Trustee.” Often times, the […]

What is a Life Estate Deed (LED)?

November 11th, 2022 (No Comments)

Life estate deeds can help protect a home and avoid probate. However, it is important to understand exactly how the life estate deed works before committing to it as a […]

Classic Car Trusts: Protecting Your Passion.

October 30th, 2022 (No Comments)

I was walking to a coffee shop today and saw this car driving down the road. The car was a 1965 Jaguar Type E Coupe. It passed me cruising slowly […]

Holistic Approach to Medicaid Crisis Planning and What Comes After.

October 14th, 2022 (No Comments)

When clients come to McIntyre Elder Law because one spouse is in need of Medicaid Crisis Planning, the focus is on the spouse in immediate need for nursing home care. […]

Is Life or Long Term Care Insurance Right for You?

September 9th, 2022 (No Comments)

There are all sorts of ways to insure your life or possibly pay for long term care. However, is insurance right for you? T know the answer, you must first […]

Tax Avoidance Series: Charitable Remainder Trusts

August 23rd, 2022 (No Comments)

The tax code is full of rules to incentivize certain behaviors. One of the incentives built into our tax laws is charitable giving. Folks who decide to give to charity […]

The Medicaid Maze

August 18th, 2022 (No Comments)

If you are reading this article, it is likely because you have had a conversation or situation involving a Nursing Home, Assisted Living Facility, and/or the astronomical costs associated with […]

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