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Planning is the key to preserving your assets. We help clients design and implement strategies for the administration and disposition of assets during their life and in the event of incapacity or death.



  • Create an individual estate plan to preserve your assets for you and your loved ones

  • Apply for Medicaid and VA benefits to cover the costs of long-term care

  • Navigate through the maze of government rules and regulations

Contrary to popular belief, estate planning is more than just having a will. It is concerned with the disposition and administration of a person’s assets during his or her life and in the event of incapacity or death. 


It is intended to protect your assets not only during your life, but during the lives of your spouse, your children, and grandchildren. A good plan is multigenerational and ensures that everything you have worked for all your life is not wasted or lost after you pass.


While end-of-life planning can be full of difficult and delicate choices, at Buschkin Law Firm, we help you navigate through the complexities of the process and ensure that the plan you have will actually work.


You have worked hard all of your life for what you have. Let us work hard to protect it. We will ensure that your wishes are respected and your estate planning goals are met. Every client is unique and we take an individualized approach to developing an estate plan that is specific to you and your individual requirements. 


We will perform a thorough analysis of your health care, financial, and personal needs, as well as those of your spouse and children. We will ensure that your assets are properly allocated and your plan will work according to your wishes, because your family may still need your help even when you are no longer with them.


We encourage you to consider estate planning early. Waiting too long, or until an emergency arises, may prevent you from having enough time to adequately safeguard your life’s work and preserve your legacy. With our estate planning services, you will have peace of mind knowing that everyone you hold dear is protected.


When you visit us for your consultation, we ask that you bring a list of your assets as well as a list of names and addresses of any beneficiaries. You may also want to bring a list of questions so we can better assist you. 


We will walk you through the process of drafting your legal documents because each legal document has a particular purpose with limitations. Some legal documents we will recommend to you include:​

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Estate planning, as with any other elder law service, is a complex matter to discuss with your family. It is, however, necessary to plan. A complete estate plan will explain your intentions as to your estate and your long-term care. Preparing your legal documents and discussing your intentions can remove enormous stress from your family. 


In the event of an emergency or long-term illness, your loved ones will be able to focus on their time with you. They will know what you want and need and will not question your intentions.



We recommend you review your estate plan periodically, especially if there has been a change of circumstances. Please consider the following most common reasons to review or modify an existing estate plan: 

  • Death of spouse, Marriage, remarriage, divorce.

  • Changing your state of residence

  • Birth or adoption of a child

  • Serious illness of a family member

  • Beneficiary develops, substance abuse symptoms or becomes financially irresponsible

  • A substantial change in total assets value

  • Changes in law.


If you are in the US or planning to come to the US and would like to schedule a consultation, let's connect.

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