by Samuel V. Butcher, Esq Estate planning – the creation of wills, trusts, powers of attorney for healthcare and financial matters, and consideration of end-of-life decision-making, is not all about what happens after you die. There is a narrative to each of our lives. The most important part of your planning may be how your.
by Erin C. Eurenius, Esq, CPA You receive a shocking phone call that your loved one has bruising along the side of her face and a large lump at the temple. The nursing administrator of your loved one’s long term care facility tells you not to be alarmed. What? How could this have happened? You.
by Samuel V. Butcher Esq What Can We Do for Veterans and their Spouses? We, like so many of our clients, have close personal connections to many of the unsung heroes who served our country bravely as members of the U.S. Armed Forces. We’re also proud of some very special family members who are.
by Erin C. Eurenius, Esq, CPA and Ann Watt It is a running joke in my house that my husband and I only work to keep our dogs in the lifestyle to which they have become accustomed. We laugh it off while we shake our heads and acknowledge that while it is funny; it is.
by Samuel V. Butcher, Esq As an advocate and guardian for your family member with a developmental or intellectual disability, it is important to understand and determine if you should pursue a Special Needs Trust. What is a Special Needs Trust? A Special Needs Trust (SNT) is a trust established as a source for funds.
Butcher Elder Law was thrilled to participate in the 2017 Strongsville Homecoming Parade on Wednesday, July 19th! We were joined by friends, colleagues, co-workers, family, and even Spider-Man! We cruised in a Ford Thunderbird, passed out candy, waved colorful flags, and simply enjoyed being a member of the Strongsville business community. Sam Butcher, founder of.