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What To Do And Not To Do With Your Estate Planning Documents

Shannon Miller, founder of The Miller Elder Law Firm, is a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney talks about what to do with your estate planning documents. A common question I get in my practice is “I have an estate plan in place, my affairs are in order, now what do I do with it?” First of all, congratulations! 50% of Americans do not have an estate plan. You are on the right track for planning many events you will experience as an older adult. The better the planning, the easier the decision...

Posted by on Jul 29, 2020

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Elder Law, Estate Planning, Shannon Miller

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Estate Planning: A New Process During COVID-19

No Contact Options For Signing Estate Planning Documents COVID-19 is a very serious threat and we understand the need to protect our clients, who are often more vulnerable than others due to their age and pre-existing conditions. We are getting many inquiries about estate planning stimulated by the “what if” scenario.  “What if I get sick, have to be on a ventilator for weeks at a time, or die–how will my family know how to handle my affairs?”  We encourage everyone to use this time to work...

Posted by on Apr 16, 2020

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Elder Law Update: We Are Open And Here For You

Use This Time To Get Your Affairs In Order: Three Questions To Ask Yourself Our Message To You On behalf of my entire staff, we send hugs (virtually of course) to all of you and wishes for your safety and health. In the meantime, we continue to be available to address any elder law issues that arise in the course of this pandemic.  We are here to help. We are working using the traditional phone, email, and virtual office technology and continue to have an office presence as needed. Our entire elder law team remains available...

Posted by on Apr 6, 2020

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Elder Law, Uncategorized

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Health Care Agent: Who Not To Choose

Carefully Select Your Health Care Agent by Shannon Miller, Esq. Since aging is inevitable along with the physical, mental and emotional changes that come with it, we must be prepared to take care of business if we become incapacitated.  I believe that everyone deserves an end of life that is defined by them and in order for this to happen, you must have some legal documents in place. Having a well thought out plan listing who you want to act in your stead (your agent) and the guidelines you wish to be followed are outlined in...

Posted by on Oct 16, 2016

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Power of Attorney for Health Care

Steps For Establishing Your Power of Attorney A power of attorney allows you to choose someone to make health care decisions for you if you can’t. If you name a health care agent when you are healthy, you will make sure that someone you trust can make health care decisions for you if you become too ill or injured to make them yourself. We would like to share the highlights of the American Bar Association publication to educate our readers about the significance of a power of attorney. The mission of the ABA Commission on Law...

Posted by on May 22, 2016

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Elder Law

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