You can expect personal service, creative, cost-effective, and strategic solutions for your business, and yourselves, including seniors and their families.
We have certified specialists in Elder Law, accredited Estate Planners, and Masters of Law in Taxation. Our experience advising a broad range of businesses from creation, negotiation of business transactions, acquisitions and business succession planning means quality service to our business clients and key employees.
Moses PC is committed to helping you navigate the waters of social security disability with as little stress as possible.
Our firm is committed to helping our clients receive their social security benefits. We take
If you need help arranging living assistance for yourself or an elderly loved one, you need an elder law attorney. Our elder law attorneys work with you, your family members, caregivers, financial planners, bankers, accountants and life insurance r
Estate Planning and Asset Protection Planning have come to symbolize the integration of several fields of law for the purpose of protecting assets from claims. Good Estate Asset Protection plans are multi-disciplined, and reflect a high order of comp
We thank all Veterans for their service and want them to get the most out of the benefits available to them. Often, our Veterans and their families do not remember the benefits that are available in appreciation for their service. Veterans Admin
If a loved one or close family friend can no longer care for him or herself and has no plan in place, you may petition the probate court to be appointed as a guardian and/or conservator. A guardian takes care of the welfare of the individual and a
With Medicaid, Social Security and possible availability of other government benefits for a person’s with special needs, careful planning is always necessary. We work with our clients, their caregivers, financial planners, bankers, accountants an
Probate is the process of settling an estate under the supervision of the court. When a person dies with a will, the will is usually probated, which means that it is filed with the probate court of the county in which the decedent resided at the ti