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Brandon Will and Trust Lawyer: How to Tackle Estate Planning Later in Life

Is it true that it can sometimes be too late to begin estate planning or asset protection planning? Like most things, the answer is a little bit yes and a little bit no. What it comes down to are the options you have available to you when you begin planning with a Brandon will and [...]

By |March 31st, 2020|Categories: Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts|Tags: , |Comments Off on Brandon Will and Trust Lawyer: How to Tackle Estate Planning Later in Life

Tampa Probate Lawyer Says, “Give Your Executor a Hand – Let Them Know Where Your Documents Are Located!”

The executor of your estate has an important job to complete once you’re gone. However, that job can be made exponentially harder, or virtually impossible, if they are unable to locate the documents necessary to handle your final affairs. Worse is when a person thinks they have included details about bank accounts, insurance policies, and [...]

By |March 24th, 2020|Categories: Estate Planning, Probate|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Tampa Probate Lawyer Says, “Give Your Executor a Hand – Let Them Know Where Your Documents Are Located!”

Everything You Need to Know About Medicaid Special Needs Trusts |Tampa Estate Lawyers

Tampa estate lawyers who have experience with special needs planning are always on the lookout for the most effective ways to protect their clients’ assets and ensure that they get the right level of care necessary to live fulfilling lives. One of the best ways they’ve found to do this is through the use of [...]

By |March 18th, 2020|Categories: Estate Planning, Special Needs, Trusts|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Everything You Need to Know About Medicaid Special Needs Trusts |Tampa Estate Lawyers

COVID-19: Office Precautions & Flexible Meetings for Clients

As estate planning and elder law attorneys, our practice is dedicated to serving our most vulnerable citizens, including seniors, those who are ill, disabled, experiencing mental health challenges and children with special needs. We deeply understand the anxiety and hardships that the current coronavirus outbreak is causing to everyone in our community. We have also heard from [...]

By |March 13th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on COVID-19: Office Precautions & Flexible Meetings for Clients

Tampa Trust Lawyer Shares Important Estate Planning Tips for Single Parents

According to an analysis of U.S. Census Bureau Data, 24 million children in the United States are living with an unmarried parent. Most of those children -- 15 million of them -- are living with a single mother. The rest are either living with a single father or with parents who are cohabiting but not [...]

By |March 9th, 2020|Categories: Estate Planning|Tags: , |Comments Off on Tampa Trust Lawyer Shares Important Estate Planning Tips for Single Parents

What is the Difference Between a Guardianship and a Conservatorship in Florida?

When an adult with mental impairments or special needs is found to be incapable of managing his or her personal or financial affairs, family members or other responsible parties can petition the Florida courts for the legal right to be in control. Here in Florida and in many other states across the country, this overall [...]

By |February 28th, 2020|Categories: Guardianship, Special Needs|Tags: , , |Comments Off on What is the Difference Between a Guardianship and a Conservatorship in Florida?

Tampa Elder Lawyer on Proactive Estate Planning and Dementia

As medical technology advances, people in developed countries like the United States are living longer than ever. As a result, aging populations and their loved ones are struggling to cope with some of the medical conditions that tend to cause incapacity in old age, such as Alzheimer’s and dementia. Unfortunately in the past, much of [...]

By |February 23rd, 2020|Categories: Elder Law, Estate Planning|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Tampa Elder Lawyer on Proactive Estate Planning and Dementia

Brandon Will and Trust Lawyer: Dealing with Excuses When Talking to an Older Parent About Estate Planning

Need help motivating your parent to meet with a Brandon will and trust lawyer? The legal planning process is usually initiated by an adult child who sees a need for help and is often met with hesitation by the parents.

By |February 16th, 2020|Categories: Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Brandon Will and Trust Lawyer: Dealing with Excuses When Talking to an Older Parent About Estate Planning

Disabled Veterans Can Utilize Special Needs Trusts to Protect Pension Benefits

An unfortunate reality of serving in active duty during a period of war is that many veterans return from their service in places like Iraq and Afghanistan with significant long-term disabilities and mental health problems. Statistics show that the majority of these men and women are still very young (generally under 30), unmarried, and completely [...]

By |February 8th, 2020|Categories: Special Needs, Trusts|Tags: , |Comments Off on Disabled Veterans Can Utilize Special Needs Trusts to Protect Pension Benefits

How Trusts Can Protect an Inheritance for an Adult Child Who Struggles with Substance Abuse

Statistics show that 21.5 million adults in the United States battle with some kind of substance abuse disorder. Whether the addiction is alcoholism, drug abuse, or even behavioral addictions like gambling, leaving an inheritance to an adult child who is struggling often causes more harm than good. Fortunately, legal tools like Living Trusts can help [...]

By |January 30th, 2020|Categories: Estate Planning, Trusts|Tags: , , |Comments Off on How Trusts Can Protect an Inheritance for an Adult Child Who Struggles with Substance Abuse
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