Welcome to Maggard Elder Law

Here at Maggard Elder Law, family matters. We know that as you grow older, it can be a trying and confusing time for both you and your family, but we’re here to help give you peace of mind.

Attorney Nick Maggard has committed his legal career to the field of Elder Law. Since 2009, he has planned hundreds of estate plans for families for the sole purpose of protecting their loved ones, protecting their assets, and helping them avail themselves to financial and medicinal benefits.

Elder Law is not just for Senior Citizens. As we grow older, most of us begin to worry about our future. We have concerns about who will care for us if we are disabled. Creating an Estate Plan means facing the future with control and confidence instead of uncertainty and worrying. Planning in advance means ensuring you have protected the ones you love the most.

We hold regular educational seminars to help answer questions you may have because we recognize that Estate Planning can be a difficult process to navigate and we are here to help guide you through each step. Contact us for information or to set up an appointment.

With the proper planning ahead of time, Seniors should no longer fear retirement or getting older, because at Maggard Elder Law, your peace of mind is our priority.

-Nick Maggard

Nick Maggard Noted Attorney in

Estate Planning

Estate planning details include the decisions you have made to protect you and your family and everything that you’ve worked hard for after you are gone. This removes the uncertainty of difficult times and includes a variety of estate planning documents, including wills & trusts, beneficiary designations, powers of attorney, final arrangements, and more. Maggard Elder Law focuses exclusively in estate planning, as it is an important part of Elder Law.. By legally preparing a strategy in advance, you can protect the value of your estate, eliminating administration issues, and completely avoiding probate.

Sadly, death, disability or sudden illness can occur before you have a chance to plan out your estate, in writing, pursuant to the most current laws of your state. When this happens, the probate court and government can automatically take control of your assets — even instituting a guardianship over your minor children and appointing an attorney on the local court panel. From that moment on, the probate court makes 100% of the decisions, regardless of how the individual feels their case should proceed. Naturally, as with everything that involves the court system, this can be time-consuming, aggravating, and costly, as well as heart-wrenching. This is why it is so crucial to prepare a will, and trust immediately. Nick Maggard is a highly skilled estate planning attorney and authority in probate law. His team has your best interest at heart at all times. He will make certain your estate planning desires are followed so that you and those you care about never have to deal with the probate courts.


Estate Planning

Wills, Trusts, durable power of attorney, medical power of attorney, living will.

Special Needs Planning

Special Needs Trusts, Medicaid Trusts, Medicaid Asset Protection Trusts

Power of Attorney and Living Wills

Durable Power of Attorneys for Healthcare, Durable Power of Attorneys for Finances, Advance Directives (living wills)

Veterans Benefits

VA Trusts, Veteran Asset Protection Trusts, Aid and Attendance VA benefits.

Long Term Care Planning

Spend down rules, estate recovery liens, annuities, long-term care insurance, life insurance with long term care riders

Wills and Trusts

There are different kinds of wills and trusts that can be created to achieve your specific goals

What Are Your Estate
Planning Questions?

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