Estate Planning for Married Couples: Power of Attorney

Estate Planning for Married Couples: Power of Attorney

When it comes time to think about what will happen to your estate if you are unable or unwilling to handle your affairs, it is never a good idea to assume that your spouse will automatically have the authority to access bank accounts or make healthcare decisions for you. In fact, your spouse may need a power of attorney authorizing them to do various activities including, accessing bank accounts, signing a contract, making health care decisions, or handling financial transactions on your behalf.

Aging Gracefully with an Elder Law Attorney

Aging Gracefully with an Elder Law Attorney

As we grow older, the demands of life take a toll on our bodies and our abilities to be resilient in times of stress. It’s during these times that we often focus more on others or things that we are worried about, and our self-care, which brings peace and happiness to...

The Purpose of a Florida Gun Trust

The Purpose of a Florida Gun Trust

In 2020, an estimated 35.3% of adults in Florida reported as owning a gun and guns are assets that can be transferred, valued, appraised and auctioned. In the State of Florida, the National Firearms Act (NFA) is what restricts and regulates ownership of certain types...

The State of Guardianship During COVID-19

The State of Guardianship During COVID-19

It has been almost 2 years since the COVID-19 pandemic impacted human life around the world. No one anticipated the immense effect the pandemic would have on every facet of society including people, the economy, the government, public health, nursing homes, and so...