Estate Planning Attorney Near Bay Village, Ohio

Bay Village Estate Planning Attorney

The team at Joseph L. Motta LLC genuinely cares to help all our clients "leave a legacy, not a predicament." Operating out of our office in Avon Lake, Ohio we help many families of Bay Village and would like to consider ourselves the go-to elder law and estate planning attorney's office in the area. Each of our clients benefits from the personalized approach, long-term care and Medicaid planning expertise of our Estate Planning Attorney, Joseph L. Motta.

Elder Law Attorney Near Bay Village

Just minutes away from Bay Village, the team at Joseph L. Motta LLC frequently visits clients in the area. Whether you are looking for Medicaid planning expertise, professional guidance with long-term care planning or you would like to review your estate planning documents and discuss your basic estate planning documents like:

  • Durable Power of Attorney
  • Health Care Power of Attorney
  • HIPAA Release
  • Will
  • Revocable Trust
  • Special Needs Trust
  • Pet Trust

the offices of Joseph L. Motta LLC are looking forward to hearing from you.  Call us at (440) 930-2826 or fill out our contact us form to schedule an appointment or ask a question.

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Estate Planning Guide

Included in this Estate Planning Guide is a comprehensive look into:

Probate. In terms of estate planning, there are two forms of probate to be concerned about: – death probate and living probate. This Estate Planning Guide covers them both, explains the difference and how to avoid expenses and burdens that can be associated with the probate process.
Drafting a Last Will and Testament. Why is relying on a Will alone is not part of a comprehensive estate plan.
Benefits of a Living Trust. What is a revocable living trust and how can it be an efficient tool to avoiding probate at your death, as well as to avoid living probate in the event of your incapacity.