As a member of the Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys we continue to have concerns with the electronic wills legislation and the potential for exploitation of our elder and vulnerable citizens. As the Legislature finalizes their respective bills, as safeguards against exploitation of our elder population, please ensure the […]
Low Down on Law is almost here! Register now to secure your spot as the event space is limited. Nationally Renowned Speakers, Legal Experts and Fantastic Food await you! This event helps guide and direct families who have loved ones with differing abilities navigate the legal system. This time the […]
Written by Lucy Crannick We are pleased to announce that The Elder Law Center of Kirson and Fuller was just named as one of Orlando’s Three Best Estate Planning law firms! ThreeBestRated is a website designed to help individuals find the top 3 local businesses, professionals, restaurants and health care […]
Written by Lucy Crannick On Thursday, April 6th, 2017, The Elder Law Center of Kirson & Fuller proudly hosted their Spring Open House. With over 50 guests in attendance, the offices were filled with laughter and merriment for several hours. Delicious treats from nearby Pearson’s Catering were served featuring finger […]
Written By Lucy Crannick Please help us congratulate the Elder Law Center’s Client Spotlight for April 2017, Barbara Scheele. Barbara, 86, recently moved to Clermont with her husband of 64 years to escape the cold Maryland winters. They have three children: Tim, Terry and Karen. Mrs. Scheele touched our hearts […]
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The job of being a full time caregiver is an important one that has its peaks and valleys, but the goal is to have more peaks than valleys. When the child becomes the parent, the changing roles can be challenging if you do not find the right balance. Taking care of your own health and emotional well-being ensures you can cope with the challenges of caring for a loved one, while maintaining a good quality of life for both of you. Remember, if you don’t care for yourself, you won’t be able to care for anyone else.
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According to many surveys, a majority of Americans do not have any estate planning documents in place. Some people think they are unnecessary and some people intend to have them drafted, but never quite get around to doing it. Here is a list of the five documents that everyone 18 years or older should have in place as part of an estate plan. Depending on an individual’s particular needs, additional documents may also be helpful.
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