Estate Planning and Medicaid Planning Attorneys in Southampton, PA, providing Living Trusts, Wills, Probate, Trust Administration, Asset Protection and Special Needs
Planning Is Power: Secure Your Future and Leave Behind a Lasting Legacy
Thanks for visiting the Flood and Masiuk website. We are estate planning and elder law attorneys, and we offer services to people in and around Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Our offices are conveniently located in Southampton, and we are committed to helping families in our area who want to prepare for the future.
You can find a lot of great information on this website, and we urge you to explore and learn everything that you need to know about elder law and estate planning.
When you plan your estate, you make sure that your loved ones receive their inheritances in a timely and efficient manner.
You could use a last will to arrange for asset transfers, but there are other options. Trusts are very useful for a number of different purposes, and you do not have to be wealthy to use a trust.
Each family is different, and the optimal course of action will vary on a case-by-case basis.
Elder Law and Medicaid Services
Elder law is the legal specialty that focuses on the needs of senior citizens. Many seniors will require long-term care, and Medicare will not pay for living assistance.
Medicaid will pay for long-term care, so Medicaid is important to many elders. We can help if you would like to qualify for Medicaid without losing a great deal in the process.
Many elders become incapacitated late in their lives. Your estate plan should include an incapacity planning component. This will typically involve the creation of durable powers of attorney and a living will.
IRA and Retirement Planning
Estate planning should be viewed as part of a comprehensive, long-term financial plan. We can help you integrate your retirement plan into a holistic financial strategy.
Your legacy will live on after you pass away. When you are planning your estate, you can consider your broader legacy and take steps to leave behind a lasting imprint.
Special Needs Planning
If you have a person with special needs on your inheritance list, you have to take steps to preserve need-based government benefits. This is what special needs planning is all about.
LGBT Estate Planning
Many members of the LGBT community have estate planning concerns. If you have questions, we can provide answers.
When you plan your estate, you provide for your loved ones. Most of them walk on two legs, but you should also include your four-legged family members in your estate plan.
Trust Administration and Probate
There are various different tasks that must be handled by your estate administrator after you pass away. You can provide a turnkey situation for your loved ones if you address the matter of estate administration when you are planning your estate.