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Elder Law

Financial Planning when a Family Member has Special Needs

Financial planning is daunting enough, but it becomes more complicated and critical when you have a child or family member with special needs.

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Estate Planning

A Solo 401(k) Works for Self-Employed

There are many perks to being self-employed—flexible hours, the possibility of working from home and, of course, being your own boss. However, one major downfall that has historically burdened solopreneurs is the lack of access to traditional employer-sponsored retirement plans, such as a 401(k).

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Estate Planning

Your Executor Doesn’t Want to Serve?

While it would seem obvious that you should tell the person you name as executor that he or she is your choice, that is not always the case.

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Estate Planning

NFA Firearm Trust FAQs

Here are a few of the most common questions I receive about NFA (National Firearms Act of 1934) firearms and NFA gun trusts: If I’m carrying an NFA firearm in Florida, and am stopped by a LEO (law enforcement officer), what do I need to …

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Estate Planning

Angelina Jolie Leaving Her Estate to One Child?

Angelina Jolie has reportedly laid out the details of her estate, according to Radar Online, revealing that she plans to leave her $116 million-dollar fortune to only one of her six children, her son Maddox.

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Elder Law

ABLE Accounts: No More Medicaid Recovery

ABLE account holders received a boon recently, but it seems to have gone unnoticed. Florida Governor DeSantis signed 38 bills the other day, but the only one widely reported had to do with emergency personnel being given permission by the government to exercise a certain …

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Elder Law

Time to Take Over A Parent’s Finances?

Telling an elderly parent that they need to stop driving and taking away their car keys, is one of the most difficult things adult children have to do.

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Elder Law

Medicaid and Estate Planning Documents

People frequently hear that they should visit their attorney to have their wills and other important legal documents prepared, but many people procrastinate. Therefore, if you’re in that group, do not feel like you’re alone.

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Elder Law

ABLE Accounts for Special Needs Planning

What is an ABLE account and who is eligible?

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Estate Planning

Prince’s Estate Battle Drags On

Sunday will mark the third anniversary of Prince’s death from an opioid overdose at the age of 57.

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You wonder whether your granddaughter will think of you fondly when you’re not around anymore.

You want to make sure someone will love and care for your dog, horse, or parrot when you can’t.

Your spouse doesn’t share your love for guns, and you fear your collection could be sold for almost nothing – or even destroyed – instead of being passed on to your children or others who share your passion.

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