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What “Alice” Wants To Tell You About Alzheimer’s

As an Elder Law attorney in Gainesville, I always seize the opportunity to increase awareness as it relates to dementia and Alzheimers.  With the media attention on the movie “Still Alice” as Julianne Moore wins the best actress Oscar, it’s the perfect time to discuss the fear, confusion, panic, and dread that Alzheimers brings and lessons we can take away.  I would also note that Glen Campbell has also been nominated for an Oscar. He is in the final stages of his Alzheimer’s disease, but what an...

Posted by on Feb 23, 2015

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Elder Law Issues at White House Conference on Aging

Speaking About Elder Law Issues Miller Elder Law Firm attorneys Shannon Miller and Mary K. Wimsett were invited attend the White House Conference on Aging on February 19th in Tampa.  The White House Conference on Aging is hosting a Regional Forum to engage with older Americans, their caregivers, advocates, community leaders and others on the key elder law issues affecting older Americans. Ms. Miller is very excited to attend the conference and continue her advocacy for Florida’s Seniors. She is the only Board Certified...

Posted by on Feb 19, 2015

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Avoid Probate: Simple Ways To Title Your Assets

Almost all of my estate planning clients have one thing in common: they want to avoid probate, or limit it as much as possible. Probate is a court-supervised legal process for transferring the assets of a deceased person to his or her heirs.  Probate is required any time a person dies with assets in his or her name, regardless of whether or not the person has a valid will.  Because of the expense, delays and hassle of probate, many people prefer to avoid probate if possible. So how do you avoid probate? There are several ways...

Posted by on Feb 6, 2015

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Elder Law, Estate Planning, Probate FAQ, Uncategorized

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