Monthly Archives: August 2023

Applying for Public Benefits: What to Expect

Alright, fellow procrastinators. It’s time to stop delaying the inevitable and apply for public benefits. The number one reason we don’t apply? We already assume we won’t qualify. Like with most things in life, the more you know, the less you have to fear. Also, having a knowledgeable Public Benefits Attorney review your case can…
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Aging Parents: Can I Be a Guardian?

If you are 18 years of age or older and have not been convicted of a felony, the short answer is most likely yes – but - guardianship is the option of last resort for seniors in Florida. Alternatives to guardianship are available that can save time, money, and relationships if the senior person assigns…
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Respite Care: You Deserve a Break

Have you ever met a primary caregiver who could use a break? Or rather, have you ever met one who didn’t need some time away? A respite from day-to-day responsibilities, particularly when caring for an aging parent or disabled spouse, can feel like an unrealistic option for a primary caregiver. For example, the unique situation…
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