We are excited to let you know that The Coleman Law Firm, PLLC has re-established its office in Palm Coast. We have many estate planning, Medicaid planning, and probate and trust administration clients in Flagler County who encouraged us to re-establish the office.
We now are open for business effective April 1, 2019 at 389 Palm Coast Pkwy, SW, Suite 4, Palm Coast, FL 32137. Our Palm Coast telephone number is 386-585-7004. Please call to schedule an appointment.
The Coleman Law Firm, PLLC offers more than 40 years experience with counseling clients regarding estate planning, including charitable planning, asset protection planning, Elder law, including Medicaid planning and special needs planning.
Our clients in Flagler County range from first responder retirees, to former CEOs of publicly held companies, sometimes with complicated retirement plans that we assist with ensuring the ultimate beneficial interests passes to those loved ones desired to receive them. One of the biggest concerns with most of our clients in Palm Coast and the surrounding areas is minimizing the tax liability for retirement plans, both income taxes and estate taxes.
In addition to basic estate planning, we have assisted some of our clients in Palm Coast with appropriate charitable planning. Those plans have included charitable remainder trusts, charitable lead trusts, private foundations, and tax exempt charitable supporting organizations.
When a client needs long term care planning, we help them determine what benefits they may be entitled to receive to help pay for long term care, and skilled nursing facilities. Eligibility for Medicaid benefits to obtain those long term care benefits is the establishment and implementation of legally permissible spend down plan to preserve and protect as many assets as legally possible.
We also assist Veterans obtain Veterans obtain benefits they are entitled to, including Basic Pension and Aid and Attendance. Both of those benefits are often overlooked and can be instrumental for covering the costs of home care or assisted living care. Our founding member, C. Randolph Coleman is a certified VA benefit attorney.
In some cases, the clients we’ve helped in Flagler County, have special needs. We can assist with establishing the appropriate special needs trust (first party or third party), as well as assist with determining what items and services can be paid for out of the funds in a special needs trust. We’ve even helped Flagler County clients find an appropriate pooled trust for their long term care advantage.
We currently are involved in significant estate settlement matters in Flagler County, including probate administration and trust administration. One of our current probate matters has 61 named beneficiaries in the last will and testament signed by the decedent.
Sometimes things don’t work out as planned and litigation is necessary. We have significant experience in litigation matters involving wills, trusts, and related areas of the law. Will challenges sometimes are necessary. Breach of fiduciary duty by personal representatives in probate estates, and trustees in a trust administration, will require appropriate litigation to recover losses suffered by the beneficiaries of the estate, whether by will or trust. We can help you navigate the difficult issues involved with will challenges and claims of breach of fiduciary duty.
While we have helped many residents of Flagler County over the years with their estate planning, long term care planning with Medicaid, probate and trust administration, we know there remain many residents who can benefit from the services we provide. Our existing clients told us this many times since 2015 when we closed our previous office in Palm Coast. So, we are back in Palm Coast, and we look forward to meeting many new clients.
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