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Free Florida Medicaid Information
- How do I qualify for Florida Medicaid if I need a nursing home?
- Why can’t I simply give my money to my children in order to qualify for Medicaid?
- Florida Medicaid laws are complex. Can a lawyer specializing in elder law help me understand them?
- Why can’t I simply put my money in a Medicaid Annuity?
- If I have assets left when I die, can Medicaid take them?
- New rules apply Deficit Reduction act of 2005 enacted in Florida November 2007.
- Do not pay high fees.
- Too much income? No Problem.
- Too many assets? No Problem.
- More info on Florida Medicaid
What documents are included in Advanced Planning?
- How can a lawyer assist with advanced planning for myself or for my elderly mother or father?
- Will a Health Care Surrogate prevent the need for a guardianship for an elderly individual?
- If I have a Living Will, do I need a Health Care Surrogate?
- If I have a Living Will, do I need a Do Not Resuscitate Order (DNRO)?
- Click here to contact an attorney for more info on Advanced Care Planning
Three major obstacles that prevent the estate planning objectives from being accomplished are:
Trust is a legal entity that is an efficient and flexible estate planning tool. A Trust is created to own, manage, and distribute assets to beneficiaries with minimal involvement from the courts thus avoiding the probate process. Trust can be revocable or irrevocable trusts.
Living Trusts are valid in all 50 states. However, we advise that if you move to Florida that you have your trust amended to Florida laws and change of address be made. Click here to contact an attorney for more info on Living Trusts