Robert (Bob) Hare was born on the US Virgin Island, St. Thomas in 1939. When he was 10, his parents moved him and his siblings to Puerto Rico, to live on the US Navy Base – Roosevelt Rose. Bob was the 1st (and only) Senior in his class when he […]
by Christian N. Horde, J.D., LLM A special needs trust (SNT) is a specific trust that is designed to hold assets in a way that allows the beneficiary to preserve or obtain needs-based public benefits such as Medicaid. The assets in a special needs trust are managed by a trustee […]
Happy Memorial Day from our family at The Elder Law Center of Kirson & Fuller to your family. A special thank you to all that served and continue to serve!
The Elder Law Center of Kirson & Fuller is wishing all Mothers a happy and healthy Mother’s Day Weekend!
By: Kate L. Wakeman, Esq. In 1963, President Kennedy announced that the month of May was dedicated as “Senior Citizens Month” to honor Americans aged 65 and older. Since then, every President has made a similar proclamation. In 1980, President Carter changed the name to “Older Americans Month.” More recently, […]
By Christian Horde, Esq. During these uncertain times, it is natural to start thinking about whether you have your financial and health affairs in order. You may also be worrying about an elder in your family and what will happen to his or her hard-earned assets, if there were a […]
We are proud to say that we have simply amazing people in our family of clients. Each month we take time out to shine a spotlight on our clients’ accomplishments, passions and experiences. Please meet Diane Alas. Diane was born and raised in a small summer resort town on […]
The Elder Law Center of Kirson & Fuller would like to welcome you to join a FREE ZOOM Presentation hosted by Elder Law Attorney, Heather C. Kirson, May 12th at 6:00 p.m. and on June 9th at 10:00 a.m. Ms. Kirson is a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney […]
Urgent Information Regarding Stimulus Checks for Recipients of Federal Benefits: How to Get Additional $500.00 per Eligible Child
By: Kate L. Wakeman, Esq. On April 20, 2020, the IRS issued a special alert regarding Economic Impact Payments (“stimulus checks”) for people who receive Social Security Retirement, Social Security Disability (SSDI), Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or Railroad Retirement Benefits (RRB), who did not file a tax return in 2018 […]