The KAZANAS LC Law Firm proudly creates value for America's Boomers - and their families.
America's Boomers have unique legal challenges - far more diverse and complex than those of the generations that preceded them, or have followed them.
Boomers, also called "Baby Boomers," were born in the U.S. during the "boom" years after WWII (1946 thru 1964); approximately one in four Americans is a Boomer.
This single-minded focus on Boomers - and their families is what the KAZANAS LC Law Firm is all about. This allows us to focus on reliable, trustworthy, and lasting relationships with our clients.
The KAZANAS LC Law Firm concentrates on the following legal services:
BUSINESS LAW ~ Boomers tend to be well educated, prefer autonomy, control their situations, and deserve more business and commerce service, commitment and convenience.
Business Law governs business and commerce in both the private and public sectors. It provides a legal framework for business creation and organization, and for conducting business. We provide legal excellence in Business Law services related to starting and running a business (such as business planning, entity formation, licensing, trademarking, zoning and contract negotiations) as well as succession and exit planning (such as management succession, buy-sell agreements, negotiation and sale to third party purchasers).
In addition, our commercial litigation practice focuses on resolving financial and business disputes between individuals and businesses.
FAMILY LAW ~ Boomers experience more career changes, more marriages, more nontraditional family relationships, and a more fluid mixing and matching of educational, retirement and work cycles than those of other generations.
Family Law covers the legal relationships among family members, such as husbands, wives, parents, children, and domestic partners. We provide legal excellence in Family Law services that arise in these family or other personal relationships, such as marriage, property settlement issues, spousal support obligations, parental responsibility and plans for shared parenting.
ESTATE PLANNING ~ Boomers also have specialized legal needs because their estates are generally complicated and diverse, due to the current growth in investment products, increased job mobility, and children and parental necessities.
Estate Planning is the formation of documentation to maintain and effectively control your financial and health care security. We provide legal excellence in Estate Planning services to help your estate avoid probate costs and simplify the process regarding your financial estate for your family.
In addition to saving time and money after your death, a properly established estate plan will provide clear and concise directions regarding your financial estate and health issues during your lifetime. Estate planning documents may include a will, trusts, powers of appointment, and powers of attorney, including the durable financial power of attorney, the durable medical power of attorney, and a living will.
Because Boomers have elderly parents faced with difficult, long-term care challenges, we provide legal excellence in Elder Law services, which are combined with traditional Estate Planning services. These legal services include planning ahead for all available support resources, like Social Security and Veterans benefits, Medicare and Medicaid coverage, nursing-home care, in-home care, and other legal matters of particular concern to them to ensure cost-efficient eligibility for long-term care.
So, whether you live on "Penny Lane", rejoice about the "Glory Days", married a "California Girl", told your friend about "My Girl", or you are "Crazy (for loving...)", give us a call.
We are here to help you with due diligence of your optimism, with guidance during your exploration, and with documentation to protect your achievements.
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