Support That Evolves with Your Changing Needs
Kane and Crowell, Attorneys at Law has dedicated and experienced attorneys that can help you develop a comprehensive and customized plan to meet your family’s needs. Attorneys Angel Kane and Bryson Eubanks have more than 20 years of personal and professional experience assisting families and individuals take control of their future.
Helping families with Estate Planning & Elder Law
Elder law consists of financial power of attorney, health care power of attorney, revocable trusts, irrevocable trusts, Medicaid & VA protection trusts, asset protection trusts, and VA benefits, nursing home and Medicaid applications. Let us help you keep control of your Estate and make sure that when the time comes for someone else to represent you, it is someone of your choosing who you trust and can rely on.
Without an Estate Plan, you never know who will petition the Court to take control of your assets while you are alive or your Estate after your passing. This person can be someone you know and trust or could be someone you would never have chosen. Are you willing to take that chance?
Elder Care Planning
Elder Care Planning is for older adults who want to plan for their future care needs. It lays the groundwork for a financial legacy rooted in protecting family assets. A customized plan is created for every client based on their wants and needs.
Crises Care Plan
A Crisis Care Plan is for elderly adults who have immediate health and safety needs with a focus on getting proper, affordable care. Our experience and connections help you better advocate for your family members when they need you most. This includes Medicaid, VA, and Attendance Benefits.
An Estate Plan is for people of all ages, and it’s important for those who want to be in control of what happens with their most prized possessions. This includes children, pets, and assets. Without a proper Estate Plan, you risk leaving these important decisions up to strangers who do not know your wishes and intentions. It is also important to remember to adapt your estate plan as your life changes.