Estate Planning &

Powers of Attorney

Estate Planning

After spending years working for other law firms, Laurence I. Gendelman, Esq., the firm’s President, decided to fulfill the growing needs of young families seeking to plan for their future and protect their loved ones. We believe that everyone should be able to protect the ones they love, regardless of financial wherewithal. One way to do this is through Estate Planning.

Protecting the Future

Too often, potential clients believe that their nest egg is too small to be worthy of protecting. Well, that is far from the truth! At Gendelman Law Group, we are confident that we can offer Estate Planning solutions that meet your needs, regardless of how large or small, your estate may be. We are dedicated to providing services to our clients in various areas of estate planning including, but not limited to:

  • Creating a trust
  • Drafting a will
  • Communicating their final wishes
  • Creating powers of attorney

Estate Planning for you

You are unique, and your estate plan should be too. There is no “one-size-fits-all” estate plan at Gendelman Law Group. Whether you are a young professional who is already planning for their future or are recently divorced and wish to make changes to a current estate plan, we work closely with you to curate a personalized plan that accomplishes your goals.

There are several factors Gendelman Law group considers when working with clients to decide what types of estate planning documents are most appropriate:

  • Could a Trust better effectuate the client’s goals?
  • Could probate avoidance simplify the administration of a client’s estate?
  • Does the client need to engage in tax planning based on the potential value of the estate?
  • Could the client’s estate become subject to probate in multiple states?
  • Could a gift as part of an estate plan cause a beneficiary to lose government benefits or decrease their eligibility for financial aid for higher education?
  • Could the estate plan make the client ineligible for Medicaid?

Contact Us

These are just some examples of the questions that Gendelman Law Group considers when helping clients plan for their future, but we know you may have more. If you are interested in Estate Planning, don’t hesitate to Contact us at (720) 213-0687 or by using the button below.

Financial & Medical Power of Attorney

Financial and Medical Powers of Attorney are simple and useful Estate Planning documents that everyone over the age of 18 should have executed. Even as a “twenty-something” in good health without a mortgage or a family, Financial and Medical Powers of Attorney are necessary and important documents. Unfortunately, age does not always determine when or why a Power of Attorney will need to be used. Financial and Medical Powers of Attorney allow you to designate an agent to act on your behalf concerning making a financial or medical decision. The power of your agent to act can be initiated either immediately or at the time of your incapacity.

When Would You Need a Power of Attorney?

  • You are unconscious from a car accident and would like for your parent or spouse to be able to make medical decisions and manage your finances.
  • You live across the country from your parents, but they manage your finances.
  • You are military personnel deploying overseas and need someone to manage your finances.
  • You would like for someone you trust to be able to make medical decisions regarding your care if you are in a coma.
  • You are going into retirement.
  • You are facing a long-term health crisis, such as cancer, where the outcome is uncertain.

Contact Us

Drafting a Financial and Medical Power of Attorney form is a standard part of Estate Planning at Gendelman Law Group. Contact us at (720) 213-0687 or use the button below to speak with one of our attorneys about a Financial and Medical Power of Attorney.

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