Our law firm is dedicated to provide estate planning services to a variety of clients with specific needs. Estate planning includes the preparation of the following:
We also represent clients handling the probate of a decedent's estate, including formal, informal and small estates.
We pay particular attention to the elderly and the disabled by assisting with guardianships and conservatorships.
In addition, we provide representation of disabled individuals who are in need of eligibility for needs-based government benefits, such as Supplemental Security Income and Medicaid (ALTCS). We assist with making application for Medicaid and preparing Special Needs Trusts to protect assets for eligibility purposes.
Keith R. Lyman has practiced for over 30 years and focuses his practice on the needs of the elderly and disabled and their families. He attends and presents continuing legal education programs on estate planning and elder law issues.
In law, details matter. Mr. Lyman will listen to your particular situation and make the most reasonable recommendation to address your needs.
Conveniently located on the south-east corner of I-17 and Union Hills. Easy to access from any direction and plenty of free parking available.
We represent you in filing for probate of a decedent's estate, with or without a will. Smaller estates may be able to be handled with a Small Estates Affidavit.
Things may not always go as planned. We represent you in making claims against an estate or representing the personal representative in a contested matter.
You will need assistance navigating the process of becoming a guardian or conservator for a disabled family member. We will handle everything to make it easy for you.
Special Needs Trusts can provide the means for a disabled person to have resources available for their unique needs without being disqualified from public benefits like SSI and ALTCS. We have experience preparing these trusts that meet federal and state requirements.
The most important part of any estate plan, wills and trusts can be written to make the transfer of your assets to your loved ones seamless and effective. Mr. Lyman has years of experience with wills and revocable living trusts.
Administering a trust requires an awareness of a multitude of statutes that govern trusts. Let us help you do this properly and avoid unnecessary liability.