Areas of Practice
Estate Planning- Wills, Trusts, Power of Attorney, Living Wills
Whether young or old, everyone should have proper documentation in place to provide for death and disability. If you have minor children, ensure that your children will be taken care of in the event of the unspeakable by setting up a Will and/or Trust.
Having a Will and/or Trust in place ensures that your wishes will be carried through with after you pass away.
Having proper power of attorney documents in place alleviates the needs of court involvement in the event of disability or incapacity.
Special Needs Planning
Do you have a disabled or handicap heir that you want to leave assets to? Ensure that you are setting up the proper plan so that any benefits he/she is receiving are not affected by an inheritance.
Estate and Trust Administration
Going through the probate process can be frustrating and time consuming. Let Meulenberg Law handle the process for you so you can focus on your loss.
Adult Guardianships and Conservatorships
Guardianships and Conservatorships are needed when someone becomes disabled or incapacitated and does not have any power of attorney documents in place. It involves filings with the court and a hearing. Having an attorney ensures that the process is done correctly and efficiently.
Ensure that you are properly protecting your personal assets by setting up a company that provides liability protection.
Social Security Disability
Are you unable to work due to an injury or illness? If you expect it to last at least 12 months, you may qualify for Social Security Disability benefits.
Most applicants are denied, it is critical to file an appeal within the applicable time frame. This is where Meulenberg Law can help. Let us file your appeal for you to ensure it is done properly and timely.