Comprehensive planning involves not only advancing today’s goal, but preparing for the future by reviewing the entire situation.
- Medicaid planning often includes re-titling assets and shifting elements of existing estate plans.
- If powers of attorney are not already in place, they are also often needed.
- Guardianship proceedings may be needed depending on the specific situation and planning needs.
- Existing beneficiary designations should be inventoried and trust planning should be considered to complete the planning process.
In each case, a detailed review of the situation is needed as part of a comprehensive estate and long-term care plan. Often, this involves working collaboratively with family, financial planners, tax planners, and bankers.
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Christopher Ripley is a Valparaiso native and a lifelong Indiana resident. He is the oldest of five children. After graduating from Valparaiso High School, Chris attended Purdue University where he received his B.S. in Mathematics. He then attended law school at Indiana University in Bloomington where he received his Juris Doctorate. Chris has practiced law since 2013 and has served clients across the State of Indiana from Porter County to Evansville in a variety of legal matters. Chris is licensed to practice law in Indiana and Illinois.