As you age, one of the most pressing issues at hand is how your affairs will be handled at the end of your life. You want to leave your heirs and beneficiaries with the easiest possible transition to life without you and our professional Manatee County Elder Law Attorney, Kimberly K. Muenter, can make that possible.
End of life planning is complicated and needs to be exceptionally detailed to ensure that all your wishes are carried out to your specifications. There are many different areas that a Manatee Elder Law Attorney can help you out in including
- Wills and Estate Planning
- Probate Court
- Estate Administration
- Long-Term Care Planning
- Medicaid Planning
- Living Wills
- Special Needs Planning
- Elder Abuse
Kimberly K. Muenter is a fierce advocate for strict consequences for elder neglect and abuse. If you suspect that someone you love is suffering from mental, emotional, physical, or financial abuse from a caregiver, Kimberly K. Muenter can help protect their rights and help recover damages and illegally obtained assets.
Why You Need a Manatee County Elder Law Attorney
No matter your age, a Manatee County Elder Law Attorney is someone that every adult should speak to when ready to start planning the end of their life. Many people do not realize how important early planning is until they are rushing to get their affairs in order, or someone tries to step in and take advantage of a senior citizen. Fortunately, there are several reasons why every adult should contact a Manatee County Elder Law Attorney.
Life is Full of Unknowns– Although we do not want to think about it, life does not always wait until we are incredibly old to end. Accidents can happen at any time and you do not want to leave your loved ones unprepared for life after your death.
Probate is Challenging– No one wants a judge deciding how their assets are divided after death, but without a Manatee County elder law attorney to handle probate, the process could take months. Kimberly K. Muenter can help to ensure your loved ones can avoid this process entirely.
Estate Planning Means More Options- When you plan early your hard-earned wealth can be protected to avoid court proceedings, inheritance taxes, attorney’s probate fees, penalties, or other adversaries. You can take the time to plan out what is best for your family when you plan early.
Peace of Mind– When you can enter your golden years and retirement knowing that your loved ones are protected should you die or become incapacitated and that all your medical and financial wishes are clearly spelled, you will achieve peace of mind. When you secure a Manatee County Elder Law Attorney to help you with the most difficult of your life’s decisions, you can rest assured that your family and assets will be taken care of and protected legally.
Kimberly K. Muenter is dedicated to helping her clients age well and wisely. She is VA accredited and a Member of Elder Counsel. Muenter is flexible, with weekend and evening availability, and options for her to consult with you in your home or other location are available.