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Estate Planning and Elder Law Attorney in Central iowa (IA)

Estate and Probate Attorney in Des Moines, West Des Moines, IA in Polk County and Surrounding Counties

Welcome toYoung and Rogers Law P.L.C.

When you need expert legal advice and services in Central Iowa for estate planning concerns of your family, managing your assets, and making sure that your parents or loved ones have a safe and comfortable retirement, then Attorney Donald B Young can help you.

Since the firm's inception, attorney Don Young has been helping and offering legal advice and services for clients in Des Moines, West Des Moines, IA and surrounding counties in Central Iowa. He conducts a general practice of law including, but not limited to, estate planning, wills, trusts, probate, conservatorships, guardianships and elder law.

Donald B. Young, the firm's attorney delivers quality legal services in the areas of estate planning, wills, trusts, probate, conservatorships, guardianships and elder law in West Des Moines and all of Central Iowa. CALL today so Don Young can listen to your concerns and begin planning and working with you to find the best approach to take regarding your estate, elder law, wills and trust concerns. He is an attorney with years of practice in West Des Moines, IA and knows the laws that govern estate planning, probate law, trusts, wills and elder law in the state of Iowa.

Personalized Legal Services for Probate, Elder Law, and Estate Planning in West Des Moines in Polk County, Iowa and Surrounding Counties

Donald B. Young dedicates his time and skill studying each client's unique situation, working with the client to develop a plan, suited to each client's needs. He also accommodates elderly clients who are not able to come to his law firm's office in West Des Moines, IA by meeting them at their residence. He is an attorney who is always ready to listen and works on your estate planning, elder law, and probate law concerns and make the results of your case as favorable to you and your family as possible.

Donald B. Young has helped many individuals, families, elders, and professionals in West Des Moines, IA and other areas in Central Iowa find peace of mind knowing that their real estate and other assets will be protected for the themselves and their loved ones by a plan that will carry out their desires by the use of wills, trusts, and other legal documents. If you have concerns, legal questions, issues, and confusions regarding estate planning, elder and probate law, Don Young can help you. His commitment to provide professional, comprehensive, and cost-effective legal services has made him a trusted and recommended attorney for estate planning, estate, elder and probate law in Des Moines, West Des Moines and surrounding counties in Central IA.

What Don Young Has Accomplished in West Des Moines, IA:

As an experienced attorney in estate planning, wills, trusts, conservatorships, probate law consisting of estate and trust administration, and elder law, Young has helped many persons, families and elderly clients in West Des Moines, and surrounding counties in Iowa prepare a living wills, powers of attorneys, planning for their possible disabilities and deaths, and much more.

Young has all these qualities combined with professional, comprehensive, and most of all cost-effective legal services. CALL attorney Donald B Young TODAY and let him start working with you!

Importance of Estate Planning

When you've worked so hard, saved all your life to buy the home of your dreams and accumulate assets for your retirement, it's important to do the necessary legal work to make sure you protect your real estate and assets in West Des Moines, IA and other cities and urban areas in Central Iowa. Nobody really wants to talk about leaving this world, but it is something that will happen to all of us, so it is better to face reality and start or revisit your planning now. You can only plan for your future and for the future of your loved ones while you have the capacity to do so. Once you become incompetent due to age or disease, or upon your death it is too late. Do your planning now with the help of Don Young, an estate planner that will listen and assist you.

Don, Young, an attorney in West Des Moines ,IA can help you prepare your will as well as other documents to clearly instruct your family about how you want your assets to be transferred when you die. He can make this process easy and help you avoid arguments and legal battles that could hurt family relationships in the future.

What Is An Elder Law Attorney and How Can They Help You?

Elder law attorneys have a special knowledge about laws that are aimed to assist/help the elderly population have a secure and comfortable life during their retirement. Besides their legal expertise, elder law attorneys also understand the mental and physical difficulties an old person may be going through. Because of this, they can better assist elder clients with their medical and assets planning in Wes Des Moines, IA. Often a spouse will require healthcare costs that are depleting the assets intended to for the use of both the husband and wife for the balance of their lives. Attention needs to be given as to how best to preserve assets and still secure the health care. Too often a spouse will place another spouse in a skilled care nursing home and spend most if not all of the assets for this care leaving the other spouse in or near poverty. Some planning is available to alleviate such a tragedy but it requires advance planning.

What Is Probate Law?

When someone dies, all his possessions including real estate, financial assets and personal effects and even retirement funds may be subject to probate. The assets subject to the probate process includes those assets that are in the name of the person that died only or beneficiary designations to his or her estate in insurance policies, investments, retirement funds. If there are probate assets the transfer of these assets will be controlled by a will, or if no will the provisions in the state code will control to whom these assets will be transferred. With a will the person determines to whom these assets will go They may include immediate family members, close friends, charities, or other heirs. This process is called "probate". Probate is perceived by many persons as costly and too time consuming. Often this is true. At Young & Rogers Law we urge persons to consider using a Revocable Living Trust as the centerpiece of their estate planning. If properly prepared and funded this will often avoid the probate process and has many other favorable features as well.

Young & Rogers Law P.L.C.
6200 E P True Pkwy, #604
West Des Moines, IA 50266
Telephone (515) 440-2175
Fax (815) 346-5304
Email: don@youngandrogerslaw.com

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