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Shannon Miller Serving on Elder Law Certification Committee

Shannon Miller is serving a 6 year commitment on the Elder Law Certification committee of the Florida Bar.  In this appointed position, Shannon will participate with other Board Certified Elder law attorneys to draft the Elder Law Certification Exam, and to review the exams for those seeking certification. Only lawyers who have worked primarily in Elder Law for at least 5 years are eligible for this certification. There are only 94 lawyers in the state of Florida who are Board Certified in Elder Law. For more information,...

Posted by on Jan 21, 2013

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Shannon Miller Elected President-Elect of AFELA

Shannon Miller has been elected to the position of President-Elect of the Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys  (AFELA).  She will serve as president for 2014-2015. The AFELA is a non-profit organization that provides information, education, and assistance to those working with the specific needs of the elderly and disabled. Their mission statement reads: The Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys mission is to ensure that its members are the premier providers of legal advocacy, guidance, and services to enhance the lives...

Posted by on Jan 16, 2013

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What Is An Irrevocable Trust?

Wills and Trusts attorney The Miller Elder Law Firm explains what an Irrevocable Trust is. If you need Estate Planning assistance call The Miller Elder Law Firm at (352) 379-1900. “There are irrevocable trusts where, once you put the money in, you can’t get it back out. That’s a completed gift for IRS purposes, and sometimes people will do that for estate tax planning reasons.”

Posted by on Jan 7, 2013

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What is a Revocable Trust?

The Miller Elder Law Firm explain what a Revocable Trust is. Contact The Miller Elder Law Firm to learn more about types of trusts and what is right for your family. “There are revocable trusts where you can put money in the trust now and then change your mind and take it out. A lot of times that happens. People want to have their money in trust and have it managed by someone when they become incapacitated and then direct where the money will go when they...

Posted by on Jan 7, 2013

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What Is A Special Needs Trust?

The Miller Elder Law Firm explain Special Needs Trusts. If you or someone you know needs assistance setting up a special needs trust, contact The Miller Elder Law Firm today. “There are also special needs trusts where we can set up a special trust for someone who is disabled, either using their own money or using a family member’s money, and still allow that individual to be qualified to receive government benefits but also receive the benefits of the money that is in trust to enhance the quality of their...

Posted by on Jan 7, 2013

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