Securing Your Future with Advanced Planning? Call to Learn More.
As we and our loved ones age, we must face new issues.
- Do you need a Last Will and Testament that work?
- What is probate and how can you avoid it?
- What is a living trust? What is a Medicaid trust?
- Will your power of attorney will be honored when it is needed?
- How can you maintain control over your affairs and your personal dignity?
- How can you take care of disabled family members once you are gone?
- What happens if you need to go to a nursing home? Can you protect your assets?
- Will Medicaid take everything?
At DAVIS ELDER LAW OFFICE, P.C., we can help you and your loved ones navigate the issues that come with aging. Often the focus is on maintaining control and personal dignity. With over thirty years’ experience with the unique legal problems that are critical to seniors, disabled individuals and their families, Wyoming elder law attorney KELLY S. DAVIS and his trained staff help clients and families achieve their goals through individualized estate, trust, probate, or long-term care planning. We understand that just as each person's life experiences are different, so too are their needs when it comes to estate planning and long-term care. At DAVIS ELDER LAW OFFICE clients and their loved ones are not just names used to fill in the blanks on a cookie-cutter form. We take time to ask the right questions and become familiar with our clients and their circumstances, then tailor an estate or long-term care plan that addresses their individual needs
Contact the Davis Elder Law Office today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:
- Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning
- Probate and Trust Administration
- Powers of Attorney
- Medicaid and Long-Term Care Planning
- Personal Care Contracts
- Special Needs and Medicaid Trusts
- Medicaid Recovery
Call Attorney Kelly Davis today at 307-433-0921 to arrange your free initial consultation.
Attorney Kelly S. Davis
- University of Wyoming College of Law, Juris Doctor, 1979
- University of Oklahoma, English, 1976
- National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys – Member since 1997
- Academy of Special Needs Planners – Charter Member
- Wyoming Guardianship Corporation – Board Member – Pooled Trust Committee
- Governor’s Task Force on Elder and Vulnerable Adult Abuse – Member
His expertise in elder law makes attorney KELLY S. DAVIS a much sought after speaker by many organizations in the senior and disabled communities, including the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), the American Parkinsons Disease Association (APDA), the National Association of the Mentally Ill (NAMI), the Multiple Sclerosis Society, the American Cancer Society, the Wyoming Governor's Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities, the Veteran's Administration, the Wyoming State Bar, the Wyoming Medical Society, the University of Wyoming, and others. He has served as an instructor of continuing education classes for lawyers, accountants, insurance agents, trust officers, financial planners, and other professionals on the topics of diminished capacity, Medicaid, special needs trusts, estate planning and other elder law issues. Some of the conferences and educational seminars that Mr. Davis has addressed include:
- Alzheimer's Disease Workshop - Wyoming Center on Aging - 2016
- Capacity to Make Medical Decisions: Helping Medical Professionals Navigate the Abyss - Wyoming Center on Aging - 2016
- Protecting your Client's Disabled Heir Using Pooled Special Needs Trusts - Wyoming State Bar Annual Meeting and Judicial Conference - 2016
- Legal Protections & Protocols for Seniors - St. John's Cognitive Health Institute – 2015
- Planning for the Home Stretch - Wyoming Aging Conference - 2015
- Medicaid Crisis Planning - Medicaid and Elder Law in Wyoming - Continuing Legal Education Program - 2014
- Diminished Capacity and the Silver Tsunami - Ewing T. Kerr American Inns of Court - 2014
- End of Life/POLST Panel - Wyoming Medical Society Annual Meeting - 2014
- Working with the Diminished Capacity Client - Wyoming State Bar Annual Meeting – 2013
- Planning for the Home Stretch: End of Life Panel - University of Wyoming Navigating the New Health Care Market Consumer Conference - 2013
- Medicaid and Medicare Planning in Wyoming - Continuing Legal Education Program – 2008
- Medicaid and Medicare Planning in Wyoming - Continuing Legal Education Program – 2007
- Planning for Persons with Disabilities Using the Special Needs Trust - Governor's Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities MEGA Conference – 2005
- Medicaid and Elder Law Issues in Wyoming - Continuing Legal Education Program – 2005
- Planning with Special Needs Trusts in Wyoming - Continuing Legal Education Program – 2004
- Staying Out of Trouble in Elder Law - Wyoming State Bar Annual Meeting and Judicial Conference - 2003
- Understanding and Drafting Special Needs Trusts in Wyoming - Continuing Legal Education Program – 2003
- Medicaid Planning for Persons with Disabilities and the Special Needs Trust - Wyoming Alliance for the Mentally Ill 17th Annual Conference – 2002
- Wills, Trusts and Other Financial Vehicles for the Disabled - The ARC of Wyoming Annual Conference - 2002
- Legal Issues of Brain Injury Survivors and the Special Needs Trust - Wyoming Brain Injury Conference - 2001