June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month and the time we celebrate the fathers in our lives. Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq. as he discusses the needed planning that best supports Dad and the family to ensure the right decision makers, advocates and asset protection strategies are in place for the future.
February webinar presented by Brian Andrew Tully, Esq., a Certified Elder Law Attorney with more than 24 years of experience. In this webinar, Brian Andrew Tully, Esq. will discuss Trusts & Medicaid including Look Back Updates and strategies to protect the most assets from Medicaid, and more!
April Webinar - Estate planning is essential for every adult, whether young or old. Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq., an estate planning and elder law attorney with over 24 years of experience as he shares the fundamental concepts of estate planning and the documents and strategies that are needed regardless of your age, your health or your wealth.
March webinar presented by Brian Andrew Tully, Esq., a Certified Elder Law Attorney with more than 24 years of experience. In this webinar, Brian Andrew Tully, Esq. will address the best strategies and tools to help protect your assets for the future while keeping as much control as possible.
Medicare Open Enrollment is underway. Whether you've previously enrolled in Medicare or you are just getting started there can be a lot to learn and it can be overwhelming. There is no better time to learn about the different plan options available, what each plan covers - and doesn't cover!
Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq. and his guest Doreen Marino, a Medicare Insurance Broker, will discuss how to choose the right plan for your needs now and the legal and financial steps everyone should take to prepare and pay for long term care needs that are not be covered by Medicare.
Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq. for an Elder Care Law webinar presented by Parker Jewish Institute.
In this webinar, we’ll review the necessary planning documents, the need for asset protection, having the care paid for by Medicaid and finally how to help your loved one get the best care possible.
Asset Protection Planning can ensure that you get the long term health care you need while preserving income for yourself and assets for your heirs. If protecting your assets is important to you, the ideal time to plan your long term care is at least five years prior to your anticipated need for care.
Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq. as he shares legal and financial strategies that can safeguard your assets, pay for the care and provide you with peace of mind.
Have an elder law question or need guidance on a care issue? Submit your question and Brian will answer it during the next Q & A webinar.
Whether you are a client of ours, a professional colleague, or someone just getting started in your estate planning, we're here to help.
An important aspect of Aging in Place - staying in your own home as you get older - is planning for how you will pay for the care and support you may need. The Community Medicaid program can assist in paying for in-home health care services, but new changes are coming into law soon that will affect when you can become eligible for the program.
Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq. as he explains these new regulations and what steps you need to take now before the lookback and penalties go into effect.
Determining when a loved one should move to a nursing home often depends on the level of care that is needed. It can be emotionally difficult for everyone involved. But there are some physical and mental signs that can indicate it may be the right choice.
Join Brian Andrew Tully, Esq. as he explains which health and medical factors indicate a nursing home may be the best option for your loved one, the type of legal and financial planning needed and how to pay for the care while protecting assets.