|I have a favor to ask...
I do love it when my clients tell me I did a great job. It is especially wonderful when a new client says they found me because another client told them I was great!
Recently, an increasing number of new clients find me through the Internet. I want to update the testimonials on my website to make it easier for searchers to decide if I am the right attorney to help them with Estate Planning and Elder Law.
Several new clients have found me through an attorney ranking service called Avvo. (Here comes the request!) If I have helped you with your Estate Planning or legal issues, would you go to Avvo online and give me a positive review? I would appreciate it and I will make it easy.
Read more about how to review Leigh's estate planning services on her blog.
Special Considerations for Special Needs
When you have a child with physical, emotional, or mental challenges, careful estate planning is crucial. In many cases it is important to preserve the child's eligibility for government benefits and other programs. Wise planning can do that while still allowing the child to be benefit from his or her share of inheritance.
Let me share an example:
The Smiths had four children and left a simple will that left all assets to the living spouse when one died. After the second spouse died, the remaining assets were divided equally among the four children. Sounds fair? It did not turn out so.
Read more about special needs planning on Leigh's blog.
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