Are you concerned that your elder loved one may have Alzheimer’s disease? Did you know that the month of June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month? During this annual campaign it is a tremendous opportunity for elders, their families, and their caregivers to partner with health care and legal communities across the country. This partnership allows...
Have you just completed your Florida estate plan? Are you wondering where you should safely keep your original documents, as well as copies? Do you have a safe deposit box at your bank where you store other important documents and valuable items? Do you consider a safe deposit box the best place for storing important documents?...
Does your loved one need to move into a nursing home? The decision to move a loved one into a long-term care facility may be one of the most difficult decisions you and your family will ever have to make. Now that the decision is made, how do you choose the right one? What type of...
Are you thinking about creating or updating your estate plan soon? As you begin estate planning with your legacy in mind, in addition to providing for your spouse and children, are you ensuring that the causes and organizations you care most about can continue even after you are gone? By including others, in addition to your...
When our potential clients are scheduling their first appointments with our firm, they often ask us if they can bring their adult child, or children, with them. We understand this question and why they may ask it. Choosing to create a Florida estate plan, even with an experienced Florida estate planning attorney, can feel overwhelming. If...
Are you planning to remarry soon, or have you already remarried? If your answer is yes, have you thought about reviewing and updating your estate plan? In order to make sure you are protecting yourself, your family, and your assets as you enter this new phase of your life, take time to review these three important...
As an aging adult, do you have good health? Are you able to drive yourself places and visit with family and friends? Have you started to think about your future and what would happen if you had an accident or sudden illness and were unable to make medical decisions for yourself? Or what would happen if...
Does your mother live on her own? Is she currently enjoying good health and an active life? Have you, as her adult child, talked about her plans for the future, especially if she were to need critical nursing care? During the month of May, both National Elder Law Month and National Older American Month are celebrated....
Are you an aging adult who loves DIY projects? Do you make Halloween costumes for your grandchildren, bake your own bread or create picture albums for family members? Do you take pride in still being active with your DIY projects? You should. However, are you contemplating a do-it-yourself estate plan? Do you believe it is just...
Are you caring for a loved one with autism? Have you thought about the future of your loved one when you are no longer here? This may be hard to contemplate, but there is a need for thoughtful and careful planning for your loved one with autism. Because the month of April is National Autism Awareness...