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Northern Alabama: Lauderdale, Colbert, Franklin, Marion, Lawrence, Winston, Limestone, Morgan, Madison, Marshall, Jackson, & Dekalb Counties.

Central Alabama: Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Anniston, Auburn, Cullman, Gadsden, Jasper, Sylacauga, & surrounding areas.

Southern Alabama: Montgomery, Selma, Ozark, Dothan, & surrounding areas.

Mobile Area: Mobile, Baldwin, & Escambia Counties.

Council Members serve many areas in Alabama. Click on the area links above, the maps to the right, or scroll down to find help in your area.

Estate, Tax, Trust, & Medicaid Planning about Estate & Trust Planning
Northern Alabama:  
   
 
 

Alabama Family Trust - Melanie Bradford, Executive Director

We know that you have questions about how to pay for long-term care in a nursing home for an aging parent or loved one and how to also protect their assets. For the elderly who are over the age of 65 entering a skilled nursing home in Alabama and certain other states, Alabama Family Trust can set up a special needs trust which can enable that individual to keep the “spend down” to pay for needed items and services not covered by Medicaid. While it could be a little intimidating to think about setting up a special needs trust – but if you have a disabled loved one entering a nursing home, you can’t afford not to think about it! Fortunately, the Alabama Family Trust brochure is here to make understanding special needs trusts for the elderly easier than ever. You can reach us toll free at (844) 238-4630

About Alabama Family Trust | Contact Melanie Bradford for Help and Information

Alabama Family Trust
 
Central Alabama:  
   
 
 

Alabama Family Trust - Melanie Bradford, Executive Director

We know that you have questions about how to pay for long-term care in a nursing home for an aging parent or loved one and how to also protect their assets. For the elderly who are over the age of 65 entering a skilled nursing home in Alabama and certain other states, Alabama Family Trust can set up a special needs trust which can enable that individual to keep the “spend down” to pay for needed items and services not covered by Medicaid. While it could be a little intimidating to think about setting up a special needs trust – but if you have a disabled loved one entering a nursing home, you can’t afford not to think about it! Fortunately, the Alabama Family Trust brochure is here to make understanding special needs trusts for the elderly easier than ever. You can reach us toll free at (844) 238-4630

About Alabama Family Trust | Contact Melanie Bradford for Help and Information

Alabama Family Trust
 
Southern Alabama:  
  Montgomery, Selma, Ozark, Dothan, & surrounding areas.  
 
 

Alabama Family Trust - Melanie Bradford, Executive Director

We know that you have questions about how to pay for long-term care in a nursing home for an aging parent or loved one and how to also protect their assets. For the elderly who are over the age of 65 entering a skilled nursing home in Alabama and certain other states, Alabama Family Trust can set up a special needs trust which can enable that individual to keep the “spend down” to pay for needed items and services not covered by Medicaid. While it could be a little intimidating to think about setting up a special needs trust – but if you have a disabled loved one entering a nursing home, you can’t afford not to think about it! Fortunately, the Alabama Family Trust brochure is here to make understanding special needs trusts for the elderly easier than ever. You can reach us toll free at (844) 238-4630

About Alabama Family Trust | Contact Melanie Bradford for Help and Information

Alabama Family Trust
 
Mobile Area:  
  Mobile, Baldwin, & Escambia Counties.  
 
 

Alabama Family Trust - Melanie Bradford, Executive Director

We know that you have questions about how to pay for long-term care in a nursing home for an aging parent or loved one and how to also protect their assets. For the elderly who are over the age of 65 entering a skilled nursing home in Alabama and certain other states, Alabama Family Trust can set up a special needs trust which can enable that individual to keep the “spend down” to pay for needed items and services not covered by Medicaid. While it could be a little intimidating to think about setting up a special needs trust – but if you have a disabled loved one entering a nursing home, you can’t afford not to think about it! Fortunately, the Alabama Family Trust brochure is here to make understanding special needs trusts for the elderly easier than ever. You can reach us toll free at (844) 238-4630

About Alabama Family Trust | Contact Melanie Bradford for Help and Information

Alabama Family Trust