Re:Yes Law PLLC
Elder Law is a combination of Estate Planning, Estate Litigation, and/or special needs planning considerations that apply to the elderly population and individuals with disabilities (special needs individuals). Those special planning considerations involve planning for potential health care needs in those individuals’ future. Because skilled nursing facilities are as costly as they are (as high as $12,000 a month or higher), paying for that care with private funds may be too expensive even for the uber wealthy.
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A qualified attorney can be particularly helpful to make sure that mishaps do not occur with Medicaid and/or Medicare planning–because such mistakes could be costly with the government imposing Penalty Periods for non-compliance. During those penalty periods, the individual is responsible for paying for that care simply because they gifted assets. There are particular rules that these attorneys are aware of, such as the Five-Year Lookback period (related to gifts distributed by the person) and spend-down for eligibility (related to decreasing assets in a strategic manner to apply for Medicaid). As this area of law is particularly complex, click here if you have any questions or concerns.About us
How Do We Do it?
- After you schedule an appointment, we will guide you so that you see that your particular matter has a resolution.
- During the free consultation, we will learn whether Re:Yes Law PLLC is a good fit for you and we will explore what we can accomplish for you.
- We will help you understand what powerful instruments, such as Wills and Trust, can do for you, what their differences are, and how one can benefit you over another.
- We also discuss how other powerful instruments empower your loved ones to take actions on your behalf if you ever become incapacitated, physically and/or mentally.
We provide you the option for Virtual Meetings, the convenience fully remote, from the comforts of your home™ and we offer in-person meetings (upon request).
We provide you with specific instructions so that you know what we need and when to accomplish your Goal, from initial meeting to execution of the instruments.
If there were one factor that makes us unique, it would have to be our ability to relate to our clients. We will treat your matter and your time with the respect that they deserve. Have a look at one of our case studies below.
What our happy clients say
Vanessa A. | Elder Law & Estate Planning
I honestly cannot say enough good things about Attorney Yandy Reyes! From the moment you start speaking to him, you sense his kind spirit. He is extremely knowledgeable in the law and is very excellent at explaining things in very simple terms. He is very honest and respectful of his client.
Jacueline A. | Elder Law & Estate Planning
We started out seeking advise for a matter related to elder abuse. In talking things through with him, the importance of advance planning and preparation became crystal clear. He is not your stereotypical attorney. He is in this business for the good of the community and we truly appreciate the time he spent with us.
Ruth F. | Legal Services
We experienced professional expertise, compassion and kindness that were beyond the letter of the law, and the spirit of Godliness that unites all of humanity.
Ronnie G. | Legal Services
Attorney Reyes came with the intentions of helping people. He turned a case in which I had no idea about [its potential] into a significant payout for myself with little work on my behalf. He managed to get the most out of it. I thought I was going to get nothing but he turned the case around and it helped me in a huge way. All I had to do was sign on the dotted line.I am much appreciative of him and look forward to working with him in the future. He should’ve come to me sooner. Highly recommend him.
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Frequently asked questions
The Special Needs Trusts allow resources to the beneficiary for his support and maintenance without causing him to lose government benefits. To learn more about the benefits of specific trusts and how a trust may suit your needs, it is important to speak to a qualified attorney, so click here.
One of the main benefits to planning is assuring that your loved ones do not conflict related to your assets. It is an unfortunate reality that when property is involved, the worst in people comes out. Creating a plan that captures your Intent and desired Outcome will communicate what you want to the people you love. When done correctly and validly, especially making sure the proper individuals are notified of the plan and are empowered to take the necessary actions, conflict is mitigated or extinguished.
Another main benefit is securing the future of your loved ones and making sure they get what you want them to get. Proper planning allows you to save substantial hardship, time, and resources for your loved ones. Specifically, proactive planning allows you to save substantial assets by protecting them from creditors, by avoiding court altogether, and by allowing access to your resources as fast as possible when your loved ones need them most.
Another benefit of planning is assuring that your Legacy and Values pass on, untarnished, when you are gone. Simply, planning allows your memory to be untarnished by the “I cannot believe he never did this” scarlet letter placed on those who die without planning.