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Michael J. Young | Elder Law and Estate Planning

Elder Law Attorney Michael J YoungMichael Young, born in northern California, has been licensed as an attorney in the State of California since 1977. He has over 20 years of experience in estate planning, probate and trust administration. He is the author of the Alzheimer’s Legal Survival Kit as well as his monthly newsletter entitled Elder Law Today. Mr. Young makes presentations regarding estate planning and Elder Law issues and on the legal issues faced by families who have a loved one with Alzheimer's disease. He is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.

Michael J Young is an Elder Law Attorney Providing Assistance in the Following Areas

Welcome to Walnut Creek Elder Law - California Elder Law and Estate Planning Attorney

Welcome to the Law Offices of Michael J. Young. Our firm provides estate planning, Elder Law estate planning, long term care planning and planning for preservation of assets for individuals and couples. We also provide legal services for probate and trust administration, and assistance regarding Medi-Cal issues.

Our estate plans are specifically designed and tailored for each of our clients’ needs and goals. We view estate planning from two perspectives: the first is from the perspective of what happens if you die; the second is from the perspective of what happens if you don’t die. Although we all die, our senior population is living longer and longer. Mr. Young’s father, at this writing, is in his late 80’s. Several of our clients are in their 90’s. The goal in our estate planning is to have a view toward a very long life for our clients, the care of our clients and the preservation of their assets for themselves and their families for as long as possible.

Alzheimer’s disease unfortunately affects many of our clients. The estate plans regarding these individuals not only involves the preservation of assets for long term care, but also the involvement of family members and others who may ultimately care for the senior clients.

Walnut Creek Elder Law is located in the San Francisco bay area. Surrounding cities include Lafayette, Moraga, Orinda, Danville, San Ramon, Pleasant Hill, Brentwood and Concord. If you or a loved one lives in the bay area and needs to consult an attorney, please contact us.

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Parkinson's disease

Elder Law and Estate Planning Essentials

Family Planning for Alzheimer's Disease

VA Benefits May Cover the Cost of an Assisted Living Facility or In Home Care

Pending Changes in Medicaid Transfer Rules

Legal Information Regarding Hospice Care


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