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Assisted Living Facility Contracts and Their Problems

LAW MATTERS

Few will argue that Florida is a mecca for the elderly. Warm climate, medical facilities that specialize in ailments of the elderly and no state income tax make Florida an attractive retirement destination. Whether it would be house or condominium, many start early with a second home and transition to full time residence when income tax and other burdens of […]

Homeowners Face Insurance Bad Faith

LAW MATTERS

It has been more than eight months since Hurricane Irma visited our area and many homeowners are still fighting their insurance company for payment. In some cases, the insurer claims the property was not damaged. In others, the insurer claims repairs can be done a lot cheaper than the proposals obtained by the homeowner. For those homeowners who have not […]

No Will? Statutes Direct Distribution

LAW MATTERS

A properly drafted Will provides many benefits. One important benefit is avoiding conflict. A Will can help minimize dispute by clear direction for distribution of estate assets. A Will can provide other benefits. An estate plan can be created to minimize or eliminate debt or inheritance taxes. Although Florida has no estate tax, there is still a tax at the […]

Undue Influence Voids a Will

LAW MATTERS

Florida is a mecca for the elderly. No state income tax and no snow attract many retirees. Retirees often pay increased attention to estate planning, as many anticipate the road ahead will be shorter than the road behind. Beneficiaries may be even more interested, particularly if they see an opportunity to get a bigger part or all of the retirees’ […]


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