Attorney Lee Judy has practiced law in the Eugene-Springfield area since 1992, successfully handling complicated matters of probate and trust estates, guardianships, conservatorships, and disability planning. Helping seniors and their loved ones has been the focus of the firm since the beginning. Many of the issues associated with her practice also have special relevance to children and adults with disabilities.
Law firm services include estate planning, "supplemental needs" and other types of trusts, wills and powers of attorney; advance directives, guardianships and conservatorships; public benefit advice, including Medicare denials and Medicaid planning; probate and alternatives to probate when appropriate.
Older Oregonians and their families face increasingly complex decisions about legal and financial matters. Appropriate legal and financial plans can prevent personal and family crises from occurring when health deteriorates and the need for long-term care arises.
Attorney Lee Judy's background in health care administration and nursing has given her a thorough understanding of medical and health care issues that can affect people with physical and/or mental health problems and their families. Understanding the legal ramifications of these decisions is paramount in achieving health care goals and asset protection.