- Read The 5 Most Frequently Asked Questions About Wills, Trusts, and Medicaid (pdf), a very short guide that answers the following questions:
Why should I get an estate plan?
What is “probate,” and should I avoid it?
Do I need a trust?
What is “asset protection”? Can I protect my property from the nursing home?
When does Medicaid pay for long-term care?
- Read A Quick Start on Simple Estate Planning (pdf), a longer guide that will introduce you to simple estate planning and help you start thinking about the big decisions you’ll need to make.
- Schedule a consultation: online or by calling 715-575-5635.
My parents originally met with a general practice attorney to seek help with their estate planning. The general practice attorney was unsure of Medicaid rules and offered confusing and uncertain answers to their questions. They left the appointment completely overwhelmed. My parents needed to know all of their options so that they could make educated decisions. At that point, we decided we needed to consult an elder law attorney.
Thankfully, we found Ben Wright. We live several hours from Ben’s office, but Ben was able to answer all of their questions through emails and phone calls. Most importantly, he simplified the complicated Medicaid laws and used language that my parents could understand. Because of this, they felt they could make confident decisions about their future.
There are times when you need to consult an expert. Estate planning is definitely one of those times. We strongly recommend Ben Wright!
My husband and I highly recommend Benjamin Wright. He assisted us in our will & POAs and was personable, welcoming, informative, professional, patient, timely, organized. Having been our first experience creating a will, he did an excellent job explaining all aspects of it, as well as informing us of options with each decision. He is a patient listener, facilitator, and guide. We are grateful for his expertise and would definitely recommend.
My siblings and I saw Ben for a Medicaid consultation related to our Mother who has dementia. He helped us tremendously in understanding how the process works and the implications of any decisions we made. He was also great to answer our follow-up questions.