Board Certified Elder Law Attorney Brandon FL
Ms. Ohall is a Florida Board Certified Elder Law Attorney, and is also a licensed attorney in the state of Ohio. For almost 20 years, Laurie Ohall has been serving the legal needs of Tampa Bay area families. It is her mission in the practice of law to protect, honor and educate her clients. She advocates on behalf of her clients in the areas of Medicaid Reform and resident’s rights (in ALFs and nursing homes). She also provides clients with comprehensive estate planning including wills, trusts, and advanced healthcare directives, and gives Tampa area seniors and their children peace of mind as they navigate Florida Elder Laws. Her blog is updated regularly to educate Florida residents about the laws affecting seniors, estate planning and probate.
Are you turning 65 soon? Medicare Info you Should Know.
If you are turning 65 soon, you will be eligible for Medicare. However, if you are still working, you may already have insurance through your employer or through the Health Insurance Marketplace. In a notice being sent out by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), “In most cases you won’t want to keep your Marketplace plan because once your Medicare coverage starts,
What is the Florida Elective Share Law?
What is the Florida Elective Share Law? In the past, husbands were the financial providers for the family while women stayed home to care for the house and the children. If a husband passed away having executed a will that disinherited his spouse, the surviving spouse and children could be left destitute. To address potential concerns relating to the impoverishment of a disinherited surviving
Medicare Open Enrollment
It’s that time of year again….Medicare Open Enrollment begins October 15th and runs through December 7th. What are the things you need to know? Medicare Open Enrollment gives those who receive Medicare coverage the opportunity to change their plan. This is a great time to have your current plan reviewed if you have a Medicare Advantage Plan (Part C plan) or a standalone Part