Saturday, June 13, 2009

Elder law

The law is a many splendoured thing, as we know, a mansion with many rooms. Which is why it's so important to make sure that if you're going to engage a lawyer you make sure you engage one who actually understands the area of law that you're interested in. There's no point in using a specialist in the courtroom to write your will, no point in using an appeals specialist to deal with a criminal charge against you.

So when it comes to estate planning you want to make sure that you engage a lawyer that specialises in, well, estate planning quite obviously. That's exactly what Michael Baker does so that clicking through that link there will show you just what it is that he can help you with.

It's worth pointing out that this area of law is as much to do with the tax code as anything else, and that of course means needing to both understand the accounting treatment of different options and being able to work closely with accountants and other financial specialists. Michael's own background is in financial services, so of course he's well qualified here.

Further more, the other areas of law that Baker deals with are all closely related to this one. He's not jumping around from one area to another, doing DUIs one minute and complex appeals the next. No, he does elder law, trusts and wills, business planning, guardianship and so on. All interlocking and related areas, meaning that he has a deep background in the whole package of legal services that you might need in this area.

If this is the sort of legal services you need then click through those links to find out more.

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