Attending one of our free workshops, presented by one of our attorneys, is the best first step for you to explore planning options. All workshops are free, informal, and we leave plenty of time for questions. Attendance to one of our workshops entitles you to a free 1 hour consultation with one of our attorneys!
Reservations to our workshops are necessary. Please call our Terre Haute, Indiana office at 812.234.2777 or our Paris, Illinois office at 217.465.1234 to reserve a seat!
Do you know someone who could benefit from attending one of our workshops? Feel free to pass along a flyer or bring them along!
We look forward to presenting this program for your group or organization. Please contact our office for details.
An explanation of the VA Aid and Attendance Program, its eligibility requirements, and the application process. 2 hour workshop
The VA Aid and Attendance Program was created to provide financial assistance to veterans and their spouses who qualify. It is estimated that only 5% of eligible veterans are receiving this benefit, which can be used for care both in and out of the home. This workshop is designed to help those who have served and their families through some of the intricacies of the VA Aid and Attendance Program.
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A guide to using estate planning tools such as wills and trusts to protect both business and personal interests for future generations. 2 hour workshop.
Today’s small business owner has a wealth of concerns, and we have observed that many overlook the importance of their estate plan. As an office that helps families plan for both the future they will see and the future they will not, we feel it is important that your business and estate plans be focused on the same goals. During this workshop, our attorneys discuss various strategies for business structure as well as wills and trusts so that you have a clearer picture of how to accomplish those goals.
Information for Seniors and the people who assist them. 2 Hour Workshop
As people age, it becomes more important than ever to plan for the possibility of becoming physically or mentally disabled. Prior to disability, seniors often seek assistance from loved ones or professionals when they need help with tasks such as transportation, household shopping and upkeep, managing medication, or handling financial matters. As these needs become greater and the reliance on caregivers increases, legal questions and challenges invariably present themselves. It is critical that these concerns be addressed before the level of reliance reaches the point of disability, when options become very limited. This short, but informative, presentation identifies some of the legal questions and challenges our professionals frequently see, and provides attendees with information about what we believe are the top ten things seniors and their caregivers need to know.
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Some basics about Wills & Trust. 2 hour workshop.
Many people are so intimidated by the thought of creating Wills or Trusts that they quit before they even begin. This workshop will give you an overview of how Wills and Trusts can be used in a language you can understand.
Learn tips and techniques to help keep the family farm intact. 2 hour workshop
Your farm isn’t just a job, it’s a way of life and perhaps your family’s legacy. You’ve decided when to plant, when to harvest and when to sell your crops. Now learn how to protect yourself and your farm through good planning!
Learn about the rules of Medicaid eligibility. 2 hour workshop.
This workshop provides information to those who want to protect what they have from the high cost of nursing home or assisted living care.
We are happy to present this seminar for your group or organization. Please contact our office for details.
This workshop provides Estate Planning information for parents and caregivers of people who are mentally or physically disabled. Topics include:
Some basics about what to do when a loved one dies or becomes disabled. 2 hour workshop.
Most people have little or no experience settling an estate or helping manage the affairs of a loved one with failing health. Sometimes, well-meaning friends and relatives give outdated or misleading information, therefore it’s best to receive the advice of your chosen attorney before coming to any conclusions about what should be done. This seminar will educate you about what to do when facing these difficult situations.
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