Susan G. Parker
A Different Kind of Law Firm
At the law firm of Susan G. Parker Law Associates, PC, our goal is to take care of people one-at-a-time. We specialize in wills, trusts, estate planning, elder law planning, probate and business matters. Whether you need a living trust, durable power of attorney or an entire estate plan, we listen to your needs and create a plan that works for you. Do you want to know what a living trust is and how it works in an estate plan? Or whether you need a will and a trust? Or how to avoid probate? Call today for a consultation.
After years in other fields, including tax , corporate finance and employee benefits, I felt I could make the biggest impact on individuals by providing personal service, one client at a time. With years of background in taxes and employee benefits, I have unique expertise in estate planning, taxes, probate, business matters, and other asset planning services.
Beginning April 3, 2020, SBA lenders will begin lending under the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”), which authorizes up to $349 billion in forgivable loans to small businesses. These low interest loans can be forgiven if used to cover payroll or certain business expenses and employee head count and compensation levels are maintained. Unlike other SBA loans, you’re not required to prove you couldn’t get financing elsewhere.
While many people are aware that the federal government enacted Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES) to provide financial relief to affected workers, there’s been some confusion as to who is eligible and how to claim benefits. Here we’ll cover how workers (including contractors and freelancers) can claim federal unemployment benefits. A separate article on out blog covers employer SBA loans. Federal labor law provisions concerning sick pay and FMLA leave are not covered here.
With our collective and overriding concern about the Covid-19 virus, I thought it imperative to discuss the importance of preparedness. While much of estate planning concerns what will happen to your assets after you pass away, perhaps more important now is what happens if you become too ill to manage your own life. That too is part of estate planning.
“It’s never too early to plan, but it can become too late.”
After years working in many different fields of law, I came to see that my acquired knowledge and practical wisdom enabled me to really help people in matters that affect their lives most. My firm was founded with the goal of providing excellent personal service, one client at a time. We offer compassionate counsel, in addition to legal expertise.
If you’re shepherding a parent through the next stages of life or concerned about elder law, we can take care of you. If you’re considering creating a trust, doing tax planning, or re-titling deeds, you can contact us and put your mind at ease.
Many people learn about Medicaid only when they realize that they no longer have the funds to care for themselves or a loved one. We assist clients navigate the particulars of Medicaid and how they can manage and protect their assets.
When a person passes away, a lawyer is often called in to handle the paperwork involved with settling an estate’s assets. If you’re facing probate for the estate of a friend or loved one, we can help you through the process.
If you’re forming a new business or need assistance with your current businesses’ operations, we can help. We can assist with business agreements, contracts, legal compliance, equipment leasing, corporate documents, equity documents, and more.
Why We Are Unique
It often takes a lot of courage to even call a lawyer; it can be a difficult doorstep for many reasons. My greatest satisfaction is helping people plan for their future in a comfortable and approachable way, helping to shepherd them through life transitions involving business and estate planning, probate and elder law matters. Most people come to our firm for planning, information and counsel.
The experience was nothing short of excellent.
“My wife and I recently used Susan’s services to complete our basic estate documents (Will, medical directives, powers of attorney, etc.). The experience was nothing short of excellent. ” Read More
I was totally blown away…
“My mother passed away quite suddenly. I don’t think I would have ever been able to get through, not only the legal hassle, but the emotional exhaustion of dealing with the situation without the help of Susan Parker. I was totally blown away by her patience and compassion in what can be an immensely tedious process. ” Read More
A lawyer who makes you feel comfortable!
“Susan helped my grandfather with his will & estate. We had several meetings with three generations of our family at the table, each time Susan answered all of our questions, provided a view on pros and cons and drafted several options so our family could confidently make a decision. She was prompt in her communication, avoided jargon and was attentive to detail. Shortly after, I looked to Susan for advice on a new business venture; she was equally as helpful with those matters. I would highly recommend her!” Read More
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Our firm specializes in planning and helping people resolve matters through negotiation. When a client’s matter is completed, or documents executed, they leave with peace of mind and assurance that things are set the way they want them to be. Read some of our amazing client testimonials across all our profiles online: