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The Walker Law Group, LLC is a law firm that uses a variety of ways to solve our client's problems. Our focus is helping people who worry about losing their assets or who want to get their assets to their loved ones quickly and easily.
Our seminars provide an educational process for you to help eliminate your worry and determine the best approach to protect your family. Call (318) 445-4516 to find out when our next free educational seminar is.
We believe estate planning should help you achieve the following objectives:
I want to control my property while I'm alive and well.
I want to plan for my loved ones and myself if I become disabled.
-->When I die, I want to give what I have, to whom I want, when I want, and the way that I want.
And I would like to achieve these objectives knowing what it is going to cost me now and later.
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If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at (318) 445-4516 and we will be happy to assist you.
The 6 Biggest Estate Planning Mistakes
If you’re like most people, you have the best of intentions with regard to how you want your estate distributed when you die or your affairs handled should you become incapacitated.
Should My Mother Stop Paying Her Credit Card Debt Now that She Is in a Nursing Home and on Medicaid?
My mother, who is now in a nursing home, has outstanding debt on her credit cards. Her only source of income is Social Security and a pension. Medicaid requires that this income go to the nursing home. What should she do about the credit cards? Should she stop paying them off?
While it is illegal for a nursing home to discriminate against a Medicaid recipient, it still happens. To prevent such discrimination, nursing home residents and their families need to know their rights.