Bryana Cross Bean
Helping people protect their future is her passion. This is achieved by giving clients the legal means to secure the safety of their property, portrait family, finances, and health care needs. Not only does Bryana have a strong background in the law, she also has a strong background in medical and science terminology, as well as how the U.S. healthcare system operates. This means that she can better assist clients in elder law, estate planning, and probate, due to her understanding of basic disease processes. Bryana's background in history and attention to detail act as an asset in her practice of real estate law.
- 2 General Credits
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- Overview of disability and long-term care planning
- SSI qualification requirements
- Medicaid for long-term care qualification requirements
- Types of Special Needs Trusts, including d4A, d4C, and testamentary
- Drafting tips for Special Needs Trusts
- Other planning techniques
- Planning pitfalls