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2023 Careers in the Law – March 30th

March 8, 2023 in News

The Elder Law Center of Kirson & Fuller are proud to participate in Florida A & M University College of Law 2023 Careers in the Law. Careers in the Law allows students to learn more about different practice areas and meet firms who recruit FAMU Law students. The law school […]

Requiring Adult Children to Pay for Aging Parents’ Care

March 7, 2023 in News

Did you know you could be responsible for your parents’ unpaid bills? More than half of all states currently have laws making adult children financially responsible for their parents, including their long-term care costs. However, these laws are rarely enforced. Filial responsibility laws obligate adult children to provide necessities like […]

Best Buddies Friendship Walk 2023

March 3, 2023 in News

Join The Elder Law Center of Kirson & Fuller in supporting the Best Buddies Friendship Walk! This year, we are participating in the Best Buddies Friendship Walk to raise money to support Best Buddies’ programs of inclusion for people worldwide with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). The Best Buddies Friendship […]

Pets of ELC!

March 1, 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, scaly extended family members. Say hello to Reggie! Reggie is a beloved family member of senior attorney Christian Fahrig. Reggie is a Red-Eared Slider. He enjoys sunbathing, […]

Be Cautious of Generic Health Care Proxy Forms

February 24, 2023 in News

Doctors, nurses, and hospital staff work hard to care for their patients when they are sick or hurt. However, even when a procedure is done to save a patient’s life, a hospital cannot act without patient consent. If a patient cannot speak for themselves and express their wishes, the hospital […]


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