Wouldn’t it be great to have a crystal ball to see into the future? Unfortunately, crystal balls don’t work—at least not yet—and we can’t predict what the future holds. So, we worry about it. Sometimes we can’t really pinpoint what we’re worried about, let alone describe it clearly. But there it is, in the back of our minds, like a nagging headache that won’t go away. We wonder, what if this happens, or that happens…
We invite you to click on the buttons here to learn more about us, and more importantly, how we can help you protect the people you love, the assets you own, and plan for whatever the future may hold. Or, better yet, why not contact us using the good old telephone to arrange a meeting. We look forward to getting to know you.
Who We Help
At Golden Oak Elder Law, we help seniors and the people who love them discover what they are most concerned about, and find solutions that alleviate their concerns and ensure their needs will be met.
Our Process For Helping
Regardless of your worries, we understand that people do procrastinate and tend to avoid unpleasant topics, so we make our process easy for you. First, you make an appointment and fill out a short personal information form.
Mark has more than 20 years of experience helping families with Elder Law, estate administration issues, and probate issues. He works to make complex topics simple so that clients understand their choices and can make good ones.
Elder Law, Medicaid, & Veterans Benefits
Many of us are living longer and healthier lives than our parents or grandparents could ever have imagined. That’s the good news. Unfortunately, many of us will also require long-term care.
Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning
You’ve probably heard the term Estate Planning, and perhaps you’ve thought to yourself “I don’t need that, I’m not Donald Trump, I don’t even have an estate.” But almost every family can benefit from its own estate plan.
Probate & Trust Administration
An estate plan can also allow you to control who can make financial and healthcare decisions on your behalf if you become incapacitated, and ensure that you receive the level of care you want in an end-of-life situation.