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ESTATE PLANNING IS SOMETHING TO LEARN ABOUT TODAY, SO YOU CAN MAKE THE RIGHT CHOICES FOR TOMORROW
Welcome to the home of Frank & Kraft, Attorneys at Law in Indianapolis, IN. Our mission is to help families with Estate Planning for a sound future for themselves and their heirs – and we do so in a friendly, helpful, no-pressure environment.
Some people think that Estate Planning is complicated, and some people simply put off Estate Planning until their later years or in anticipation for medical problems associated with age. But the time to learn about – and act on – your Estate Plan is now. Frank & Kraft is here to help you, so you can learn about your options and make Estate Planning simpler than you think.FIND OUT MORE
INDIANAPOLIS ESTATE PLANNING & ELDER LAW SERVICES
You want the best for your family and loved ones, both now and later. With the proper Estate Plan in place, created with the help of our Estate Planning attorneys, you’ll feel better knowing that your wishes for your heirs and loved ones will be carried out. There are significant issues that face the elderly, which is why our firm offers a comprehensive slate of elder law services in Indianapolis and throughout Indiana. We place an emphasis on Medicaid planning.
Because of the Medicaid look back period, you must take action early on. You are penalized and your eligibility is delayed if you give away assets within five years of applying for Medicaid. This is why intelligent and informed Medicaid planning is so important. Most people will need long-term care at some point in time. You should certainly discuss the financial ramifications with a licensed Indianapolis elder law attorney.FIND OUT MORE
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