Welcome to the Casterline Legal Planning where we specialize in Elder Law. Elder Law is a highly specialized area of law, and should be handled only by qualified elder law attorneys in Michigan. John Casterline and Cindy Casterline are experienced and can handle the multitude of issues affecting seniors and their families. Our experience enables us to provide excellent legal services and to lead you through the complex legal issues.
We are committed to developing a long term relationship with our clients. We will plan for our elder law clients, but will also address the issues that their children will face while caring for their parents, or the legal issues that must be faced when a loved one dies. Our planning has the depth required to ensure your every present and future needs are met.
We will create a comprehensive plan that will deal with the needs and concerns that your family is facing. In the complex field of Elder Law “one size does not fit all”. Each plan must be developed to meet your specific circumstances. We develop plans that solve many legal issues, such as: Michigan Medicaid Planning; VA Aid and Attendant Care; asset protection; long term care planning; estate planning, probate avoidance, as well as probate when proper planning has not been done.
Newsletters & Events, Quarterly, we publish a newsletter that features some of our recent cases. Also included is valuable information in helping you prepare for your case.
All nestled in the Detroit metropolitan area. Easily accessible from freeways and surface streets.
Specializing in the following areas
combines elements of Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Conservatorship (also called Guardianship), Health Care Planning, Medicare/Medicaid Planning, and Elder Rights.
Powers of Attorney
lets you appoint someone you trust to manage important financial and legal matters on your behalf.
is a process involving the counsel of professional advisors who are familiar with your goals and concerns, your assets and how they are owned, and your family structure.
provides an overview of the legal process in which property is transferred after a person's death
assisting veterans and their families obtain federal veterans benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs ("VA").