Choosing a law firm to help you protect your loved ones and everything you’ve ever worked hard for your whole life can be a tough decision. You need an attorney with experience and understanding of the law, but even more importantly, you need someone who will take the time to listen to your concerns, gain an understanding of your unique situation, and then design a plan that is customized to meet your current needs and goals. These attributes describe the attorneys at Alperin Law.
Sitting down with Scott Alperin or one of our other seasoned attorneys to discuss your personal situation is just like sitting down with an old friend, except this friend happens to be skilled in asset protection. Whether you are retired or nearing retirement, single, a young couple just starting out together, or you have been married for many years or have a blended family, the experienced attorneys at Alperin Law can create a plan that perfectly matches your goals and needs, protects your assets and family, and provides you with the most priceless thing of all—peace of mind.
We would be honored to help you with your estate planning and elder law needs, including long-term care planning, Medicaid planning, Veterans Benefits, disability planning (special needs planning, Supplemental Security Income, and Social Security Disability Income), and probate/estate and trust administration, as well as all matters related to business law, business succession planning, and real estate.
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Imagine how comforting it would be to design an estate plan if you had the advice of a trusted friend or family member who happened to know all the planning strategies and solutions to address your unique situation. When you work with our attorneys, we strive to give you just that experience. We understand the apprehension you may have if you’ve never worked with an attorney before, or if you’ve only had to hire one under stressful or difficult circumstances.
At Alperin Law, we practice what we call “Happy Law.” Our goal is to eliminate your anxiety from the very beginning of your experience with our law firm—you will be in the hands of a trusted guide. Our office is warm and inviting, and we devote enough time to our meeting to get to know you and to understand your hopes, wishes, fears, and dreams over a cup of coffee or a latte.
Discover How a Properly Drafted and Well-Maintained Estate Plan Can Help Protect Your Family and Assets
With so many options on the internet and offers that claim to be able to help you create your own estate plan without a lawyer, it’s no wonder people get confused about what type of plan is best suited for them or whether they even need a lawyer to draft a “simple will” (which is what most people often mistakenly believe they need). In our many years of experience, we’ve seen first-hand how a lack of knowledge and understanding of the law can lead to disastrous results.
Before meeting with us and becoming educated about the many issues our clients need to think about when designing a plan that works for them (remember, you don’t know what you don’t know!), many think they are being “financially savvy” by signing up for a do-it-yourself or “bare bones” estate plan that is simple, but not well thought out.
Unfortunately, most people fail to consider that, without proper knowledge and guidance, they will not truly know whether the plan they have chosen works for them at all until it is too late— after someone becomes incapacitated or passes away. Therein lies the real benefit of working with one of our experienced lawyers: we are skilled attorneys and educators who can help you identify the issues that are most important to you and your family in creating your plan and develop creative solutions that achieve your intended results and provide peace of mind for you and your family in the process.
Our five office locations are convenient for anyone in Hampton Roads (Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Newport News, Hampton, Williamsburg, Poquoson, and Suffolk) as well as those on the Eastern Shore (Northampton and Accomack Counties), Northern North Carolina (Nags Head) and throughout Eastern Virginia.