Learn how to update your will with an institutionalized spouse to best protect your assets in this video. Call our Buffalo attorneys today.
If one’s husband or wife is in a nursing home and receiving Medicaid, consulting with an attorney about updating one’s will can offer protection later on. Disinheriting a spouse in a nursing home can prevent assets from being paid to the nursing home in the event that one dies before the spouse. This educational video was brought to you by Robert Friedman, one of our experienced Buffalo Estate Planning Lawyers.
The goal of estate planning is to ensure that your assets are transferred to your loved-ones with the least amount of legal fees, taxes, and court costs as possible. Our Buffalo Estate Planning Attorneys know how to make this happen. If you or a loved one needs to start planning their estate or have questions about how to update your will with an institutionalized spouse, contact our experienced attorneys today.
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