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Estate Planning and Elder Law Attorney for Central Illinois
Whether you are planning years down the road or come to us because of a family crisis, Huffman Law Offices, P.C., has solutions tailored to your situation. Our team of knowledgeable professionals is equipped to meet your needs.
Our clients are seniors and their families preparing to meet the future, as well as adults taking over care and planning for an elderly family member. Based in Maryville, Illinois, we offer complete estate planning and elder law services in the Metro East area and surrounding counties. Call us toll-free at 866-842-3430 to arrange a free consultation.
Our Convenient Locations To Discuss Your Needs
Maryville • East Alton • Shiloh
Estate Planning and Trusts
We provide comprehensive estate planning and sophisticated strategies for asset protection and wealth transfer. Asking the right questions is our secret to preparing legally sound wills, living wills, powers of attorney and trusts.
Elder Law and Probate
We help clients obtain Medicaid eligibility for nursing home care without spending down all the family’s assets. We can also petition for guardianship of an elderly parent who can no longer manage personal affairs. Huffman Law Offices, P.C. also provides efficient estate administration when a loved one dies.
Attorneys Brian Huffman and Michelle Weber focus exclusively on estate planning and the special legal concerns of the elderly. They are joined by Margaret Huffman, a registered nurse and elder care consultant who advises clients on health care management and on obtaining the most appropriate care in the safest environment.
Arrange a free initial consultation with our caring and qualified staff, including evenings by appointment.
Contact Huffman Law Offices today for a free initial consultation about wills, trusts and estate planning or your elder care issues.