Step 1: Click one of the links above for very important information regarding your IRA!
Step 2: Call Attorney Tim Crawford's office to get information on how to solve this problem. The solution is an IRA Inheritance Protection Trust™.
Step 3: IRA Protected!
Now may be a good time to review your planning documents!
Things to think about and check within your documents:
Do you have listed whom you wish to act as your agents in your Health Care and Financial Powers of Attorney?
Your current documents may avoid the need for your family to go to probate court after your death but is it time to start protecting assets for future sickness or disabilities which will cause you to have long-term care costs of $100,000 per year that are not covered by health insurance or Medicare?
Have you or your children had significant life changes such as financial difficulties, a bad marriage, in-law problems, a special needs child, step children or a second marriage?
Please contact our office and we would be happy to talk with you further about what changes may be needed to your documents.
People who should be referred to
Tim Crawford are those who:
Have an IRA
Are in rehabilitation (short-term)
Are in imminent risk of discharge from the hospital or a nursing home
Have Alzheimer's, Parkinson's or have suffered a stroke
Are over age 65 and in good health
Reside in a nursing home or need assisted living
Are Newlyweds (including second marriage or blended families)
Receive or need health care or adult day care
Have been denied long-term care insurance
Have a special needs child
Please call Attorney Tim Crawford's office for an appointment and remember to ask for your FREE conference. Call: (262) 634 - 6659
Find Us On:
*Attorney Timothy P. Crawford is a Nationally Board Certified Elder Law Attorney (CELA). He has been Board Certified by the National Elder Law Foundation which has been approved as the Sole Certifying Organization for Elder Law Attorneys by the American Bar Association.
**Attorney Timothy P. Crawford was invited to join the Council of Advanced Practitioners (CAP) of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) in August of 2005.CAP is a small group of premier elder law attorneys all of whom are certified as elder law attorneys by the National Elder Law Foundation, have been members of NAELA for at least ten years, and are AV rated as being among the top attorneys in the nation by Martindale Hubbell, a service that provides an independent rating of the quality of attorneys.
Attorney Timothy P. Crawford has been selected as a Fellow of NAELA. Fellow is the highest honor bestowed by the Academy. Selection as a Fellow signifies that his peers recognize the lawyer as a model for others and as an exceptional lawyer and leader.
Attorney Timothy P. Crawford speaks at National and State Attorney Meetings.
Attorney Timothy P. Crawford has a superb rating of 10 out of 10 with A V V O.
A V V O has awarded to Attorney Timothy P. Crawford the A V V O Client's Choice Award. This information is designed to provide a general overview with regard to the subject matter covered and is not state specific. The authors, publisher and host are not providing legal, accounting, or specific advice to your situation.
“Helping Families in Wisconsin for Over 40 Years to Protect Their Assets from Nursing Home Care Costs”