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Who is an Interested Person?

January 6, 2023 in News

It is important to know who is considered an interested person in Florida estate administrations, trusts, and guardianship matters.  This is true for both any person who may have a legal interest in a probate, trust, or guardianship, who wishes to exercise their rights and protect their interest, and for […]

Introducing ELC Pets!

January 2, 2023 in News

  Here at The Elder Law Center of Kirson & Fuller, we love our pets! Take a moment to meet some of our friendly, furry extended family members.   Say Hello to Yancey Kitty! Yancey Kitty is a beloved member of paralegal, Debbie Camarda’s family. Yancey was discovered stuck beneath […]


December 22, 2022 in News

In observance of the Holiday Season, The Elder Law Center of Kirson & Fuller will be closed starting Friday, December 23rd. Our office will reopen with normal business hours on Tuesday, January 3rd at 8:00am, EST.  If you are an existing client and this is a true emergency, please text […]

Five Reasons to Have a Will

December 20, 2022 in News

Your will is a legally-binding statement directing who will receive your property at your death. It also appoints a legal representative to carry out your wishes. However, the will covers only probate property. (Probate is the court process by which a deceased person’s property is passed to his or her […]

Receiving an Inheritance While on Medicaid

December 19, 2022 in News

For most people, receiving an inheritance is something good, but for a nursing home resident on Medicaid, an inheritance may not be such welcome news. Medicaid has strict income and resource limits, so an inheritance can make a Medicaid recipient ineligible for Medicaid. Careful planning is necessary to make sure […]


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