New Hampshire Estate Planning Lawyers (BPA)
BPA recognizes the critical need to protect your estate for the long term.
For over 30 years, we have helped individuals and families to develop complete and thorough plans for matters such as the preservation and distribution of property and other assets, as well as estate tax issues.
Recognized Expertise in Elder Law
BPA has repeatedly been recognized for its excellence in elder law. Our attorneys have led seminars on the important and ever-changing facets of elder law, including Estate Planning and Elder Law Issues and Medicaid Changes Under the Deficit Reduction Act. Such seminars have been presented to an array of various groups associated with elder law, including the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA), the American Association of University Women (AAUW), and Genworth Financial.
Bianco Professional Association assists senior citizens and their families with understanding and addressing matters such as:
- Property Issues
- Nursing Homes and In-Home Care
- Social Security
Comprehensive Estate Planning
Our firm has extensive experience in preparing the full range of documents needed to properly plan your estate, including:
- Charitable Trusts
- Powers of Attorney
- Health Care Documents and Medical Directives
- Other Probate, Estate Planning, and Tax Documents
Full Range of Probate Services
The firm is well-respected in Probate Court, and advocates for clients with:
- Administration of Estates
- Guardianships of Estates
- Guardianships of Children or Incapacitated Adults
- Other Probate Matters
Personal, Professional Attention
BPA is careful to ensure that the needs of each individual are met by working to develop a close partnership with the client. Our professionals will discuss your goals and objectives and then analyze your financial circumstances, property wishes, and health care needs to determine which probate options will best fit your situation, while also minimizing tax and insurance costs. BPA recognizes that the goal of most elders is to preserve their trusts for future generations, and we will work to meet our client’s needs in the most cost-effective manner possible.
For more information, please contact BPA by calling 603-225-7170, toll-free at 800-262-8112, or by sending a message using our contact form.