Practice Areas

Elder Law

Elder Law

Are you a “mature” American age 65 or older, do you care about someone who is, or do you anticipate becoming a mature American yourself? If yes, then you are in good company. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Americans 85 and older are the fastest growing demographic group and, right behind them, more and more baby boomers are moving into retirement age themselves.

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Estate Planning

Estate Planning

Whereas many estate plans can often emphasize taxes to the exclusion of other important life concerns, the plans we prepare here at Grimaldi Yeung Law Group include a focus on the increasingly difficult areas of long-term care and planning for the transfer of wealth. We know, however, that these are not easy issues to discuss with strangers, even if those strangers are your lawyers who hold your best interests.

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Trust and Estate Administration

Trust and Estate
Administration

There can be terrific grief and pain at the loss of a loved one. Beyond grief and pain, when you add external stresses to the equation you can have a disaster on your hands in very short order. Part of the responsibilities or duties of an executor or administrator of an estate can be to reduce the level of stress during the probate process.

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Special Needs Planning

Special Needs
Planning

Special needs is the broad category of requirements and care for individuals suffering from a wide range of physical disabilities, medical conditions, intellectual difficulties, or emotional problems, including physical conditions, learning difficulties, and behavioral problems.

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Medicaid

Medicaid Planning

If you are thinking about Medicaid, you should speak to an attorney who specializes in that area of law as soon as possible. There is really no time to waste – all you are wasting is money and adding stress. The sooner you get going on this, the sooner you may be eligible for Medicaid.

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Care Advocacy

Care Advocacy

Taking full advantage of all available government benefit programs can be essential to ensuring suitable living situations and quality health care for anyone, and especially for those living with a disability. In fact, some services require participants in their programs to be specifically eligible for coverage from government benefits such as Medicaid.

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