Oast & Hook Changes Its Name to Hook Law Center

June 27, 2012
I wanted you to be the first to know about some exciting news at Oast & Hook; changes that will enhance our ability to serve you and your family.
First, you may have already noticed we have changed our name to the Hook Law Center.  Our new name more accurately represents what our firm has become over the last few years; a comprehensive center where you can consolidate much of your legal and financial planning in one place.
For several years, we’ve been providing public benefits, estate, tax, long term care, disability, financial planning, and many more services not found in a traditional law firm. We have, in fact, become a true legal and financial center in addition to being recognized as the preeminent legal resource for seniors.
Our new name also reflects the departure from the firm of my long-time partner, Bill Oast. We will miss him and wish him all the best. Along with his departure, we will be announcing some new faces here at the Hook Law Center.  The evolving needs of our clients and our commitment to serve them require an even wider range of talent and skill sets in today’s rapidly changing tax and regulatory environment.
Finally, I want to thank you for allowing Oast & Hook to serve you through the years.  All of us here at the Hook Law Center look forward to a continuing relationship with you and your family as you plan for life’s future events.
If you have any questions or immediate needs, please feel free to contact me directly.   Our office addresses in Suffolk and Virginia Beach and our phone numbers will remain the same.  I look forward to hearing from you.
The attorneys at Hook Law Center assist clients with their estate, financial, insurance, long-term care, and veterans’ benefits planning needs.

Ask Allie

KitCat: Allie, I have heard about Veterans’ benefits that can supplement my income to assist with the payment of in-home or assisted living expenses. Is this true?
Allie: KitCat, it is true. You must have served in the military for at least 90 days with one day during a period of war. There are income and resource eligibility rules. I recommend that you phone the attorneys at Hook Law Center to schedule an appointment to discuss this benefit. Please remember to bring kitty treats with you.
Please feel free to e-mail your pet and animal-related questions to Allie atallie@hooklawcenter.com


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