Category: Planning

How to Begin Critical Conversations About Medical Care During National Older Americans Month

Reviewed by Jason Neufeld, Esq. Did you know that in May National Older Americans Month is celebrated?  National Older Americans Month was first celebrated in 1963.  At that time, Medicare had not been created and there were very few government programs that provided assistance to seniors in need. Also, more than one-third of all older… Read more »

What is a Declaration of Domicile in Florida?

Did you know that Florida is the third most populous state, and that nearly 1,000 people move to Florida every day? People come for many reasons, such as retirement, weather, low taxes, and jobs. Moving to the Sunshine State, however, is different than becoming domiciled, which can be important for estate planning, taxes, and other… Read more »

Ways to Give Back This September 11th


Reviewed by Mike Jorgensen, Esq. This upcoming September 11th marks 18 years since the devastating terrorist attacks that took the lives of 2,977 people. Throughout the years since the attacks, many initiatives have been created to support survivors and the families of victims. Recently, for example, the Senate passed a bill to ensure a fund… Read more »