Corpus Christi Elder Law Attorneys
Robstown - Rockport - Aransas, and San Patricio County
Baker & Baker helps Coastal Bend residents deal with issues most people don't like to talk about: wills, probate, guardianship and long-term care for the elderly and disabled (Medicaid). Ed and Brenda Baker have spent their legal careers helping individuals cope with some of the most challenging aspects of life and plan for uncertain futures.
Our elder law attorneys have the education and experience to help you whether you are trying to preserve your estate for your spouse, pass on your life savings to your children, protect a family member from abuse, neglect or exploitation, or find affordable long-term care for a loved one.
The attorneys and staff at Baker & Baker are dedicated to providing the most reliable and friendly service possible. Call for an appointment, come in and an attorney will sit down with you, listen and discuss your options. Our goal is to help you find workable solutions to some of life’s most difficult challenges.
The focus of a guardianship is always the best interest of the person needing care. Although this often means providing advice and counsel to family members seeking a guardianship for a parent, it can also involve a guardianship for a nonparent when the at-risk individual suffers from mental illness or other disabling conditions . . .
Long-Term Care & Medicaid
There is no such thing as a free nursing home. Even Veterans Affairs facilities are paid for with prior service. The average cost for nursing home care in Texas for 2018 was $5,250 per month! fFew people have long-term care insurance, and not many families can afford to "private pay" for long . . .
Probate & Estate
Many people have the mistaken impression that court action is not required to transfer money, property, or belongings owned by a loved one after his or her death. Depending on the value of the assets owned by the decedent . . .
Wills & Trusts
A last will and testament directs the distribution of a loved one's assets after death. A will can provide a road map regarding how property should be distributed to those left behind. However, written instructions can be unclear . . .
Powers of Attorney
A power of attorney may be one of the most useful legal documents you will ever sign. In Texas, a power of attorney provides a practical means of appointing a person of your choice to make decisions or take action for you immediately . . .
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To discuss your concerns with an attorney at Baker & Baker, contact us online or call us at 361-371-4133.