Wheaton Estate Planning and Elder Law Attorney
Law Firm OverviewCarol Ann Nolan, Attorney At Law, is located in Wheaton, Illinois. Attorney Nolan focuses on estate planning and elder law. She goes above and beyond when it comes to helping people protect their families. She is an advocate for older Americans and attempts to ease their burdens and resolve their legal issues.
No matter what your estate planning or elder law request includes, Attorney Nolan can handle the matter. She has experience with all aspects that affect senior citizens including working with Medicare, dealing with probate issues, and filing all of the proper forms. It can be difficult to be aware of all the legal protections required to ensure your older loved ones are secure. Attorney Nolan treats all of her clients with the utmost respect. She will help you find a nursing home or an assisted living facility for your loved ones.
You can expect specialized attention from start to finish. Attorney Nolan will discover the perfect solution for your legal needs. You can trust her track record for results.
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Incompetence Issues; Living Wills; Will Contests; Healthcare Powers of Attorney; Powers of Attorney; Children's Trusts/Special Needs Trusts; Guardianships; Small Estate Affidavit; Third-Party Special Needs Trusts; OBRA Special Needs Trusts; Revocable Living Trusts; Irrevocable Trusts; Medicaid Applications and Planning; Finding the Right Nursing Home; Denied Medicaid Benefits; Disability Planning; Credit Shelter Trusts; Probate and Estate Administration.
Areas of Law Description
Attorney Carol Nolan handles a wide range of legal concerns relating to elder law, estate planning and probate administration concerns.
- Elder Law
Elder law refers to any legal document, action, or court decision that addresses the needs, concerns, and rights of seniors. Carol A. Nolan law firm helps seniors and their loved ones respond to current circumstances and prepare for the future. Most of the Carol Nolan's legal practice relates in some way to state or federal elder law protections or issues.
- Estate Planning
Ms. Nolan helps seniors, disabled adults, young parents, and their families plan for all contingencies. Effective estate planning documents clearly convey one's final wishes in a legally enforceable manner. A property prepared will, trust, or power of attorney can reduce the potential for legal disputes among relatives, caretakers and beneficiaries, and can minimize the tax consequences of any asset transfers.
Ms. Carol A. Nolan
Elder Law, Estate Planning, Medicare and Medicaid, Probate, Will
- National Business Institute
- Illinois State Bar Association
- DuPage County Bar Association
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