If only life got simpler as we got older.
Families today face a variety of planning challenges. Triplett Law PLLC can help you and your loved one answer the most important questions: Who will make decisions for me when I am no longer able? What options are available to pay for long term care? When I pass away, how can I be assured what I want to happen will happen?
Our Elder Law practice includes: Estate Planning (Wills and Trusts), Guardianship and Conservatorships, Long Term Care Planning, Medicaid, Veterans Benefits, Trust Administration and Probate.
Who can we help?
While Elder law is a legal practice that often focuses on the rights and needs of seniors - its application is not exclusive to any particular age group. For example:
Estate Planning- Whether you are a young family with minor children or a retiree entering a second marriage, the need to protect your family through a well designed estate plan is crucial.
Long Term Care Planning- Medical events can happen at any age. As care costs continue to rise, it is important to understand what options are available for receiving care and how to pay for it.
Incapacity Planning (Guardianship)- When you or your loved one are no longer able to make independent decisions, you need a clear plan to outline who can assist and when. In some cases, Court involvement may become necessary to protect all parties.
“Michelle doesn’t talk to you like an attorney. She talks to you like a person. She explains things in a
way you can understand and I really appreciated her insight when dealing with my mother.”
“Moving Dad to a care facility was one of the most stressful things I have ever had to do. Michelle’s
advice helped put my mind at ease and understand what our options were for paying for his care. I
highly recommend her services.”
“Finding an attorney who is kind and compassionate is rare. She listened to my concerns and gave me
confidence when preparing my Living Trust.”
Michelle was born and raised in southeast Idaho. She received her undergraduate degree from Boise
State University and her Juris Doctorate degree from Drake University Law School. After practicing law in Iowa, she returned to Idaho and continued working
exclusively in the areas of estate planning and
Michelle’s current practice focuses on helping seniors and their families tackle issues surrounding incapacity and long term care.
In her spare time, when Michelle isn't chasing her toddler around the house, she enjoys knitting and exploring the great outdoors with her family.
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