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Whether your estate is worth $50,000 or $5,000,000, you’ve earned the right to decide what you’d like those assets to do for your heirs, now and in the future. Contact the Forrestal Law Office today.
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About Timothy Forrestal, Esq.
Timothy J. Forrestal is an accomplished attorney with an impressive track record in the fields of elder law and estate planning. He has been a practicing attorney since 1993. He understands the unique family dynamics involved in estate and long-term care planning and is equally adept at working with individuals and couples. He is a dynamic speaker who has presented at hundreds of seminars and is committed to educating the public about the need to think strategically about estate preservation. Attorney Forrestal has assisted thousands of families, couples and individuals with their estate planning needs. He is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the State Bar of Arizona, the Ohio State Bar Association and the Better Business Bureau.
Attorney Forrestal is a graduate of John Carroll University (1990) and Creighton University School of Law (1993). He is licensed to practice law in Arizona and Ohio.
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Forrestal Law Services
- Nursing Home Planning
- Wills & Trusts
- Probate & Estate Administration
- Durable Financial Powers of Attorney
- Durable Health Care Powers of Attorney
- Living Wills
- Long Term Care Planning
- Nursing Home Negligence
Regardless of what your estate is worth, you deserve the right to pass it to your heirs in any way you wish. But there is a problem…
You did things the right way. You worked hard, paid your taxes, provided for your family and have some money set aside for your retirement. The problem is, despite the fact that you did things the right way, you will be punished and could lose all or a substantial amount of your savings and your home if you or your spouse (if married) need to go to a nursing home. Whereas the guy down the street who didn’t do things the right way, who never saved, who took every vacation, who was never concerned about paying taxes, will be taken care of. The system is stacked against you. You need to learn what you can do about it. Now.
There are proactive steps you can take right now to protect a dilution of your hard-earned assets. Let The Forrestal Law Office show you how.
Planning for the preservation and distribution of your estate is highly personal and very rewarding. You want the peace of mind knowing your affairs are in order. But more than that, you deserve the satisfaction of knowing your plan has been skillfully prepared. You need legal assistance from an attorney who stays current on the latest changes in estate planning laws. You need a counselor with the unique insights and interpersonal skills it takes to translate your desires into concrete solutions for your future.
Since 1993, Attorney Tim Forrestal and his staff of paralegals have been devoted to helping people of both great and modest means to protect their assets and preserve their wealth. Skilled in estate planning and elder law, Attorney Forrestal has a passion for protecting families.
He crafts individual estate and long-term care plans that help clients enjoy the fruits of their labors and accomplish the goals that are most important to them.
If you’ve spent most of your adult life creating a comfortable lifestyle for yourself and your family, then you probably already know this harsh reality. There are many outside forces which can dramatically reduce the size of your estate. In addition to the need for long-term care (nursing home), you must also be concerned about unnecessary taxes, probate and the threat of lawsuits that can literally rob you and your heirs of the assets you’ve worked so diligently to accumulate.
With wisely crafted and carefully executed estate and long-term care plans, you can preserve your wealth for your own financial security and for the benefit of those you love.