National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys Announces Two Florida Chapter Members as 2021 Fellows

Florida Chapter Attorneys Receive Highest Honor Bestowed By NAELA The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) announced two Florida Chapter members as their 2021 NAELA Fellows: Professor Roberta K. Flowers (Gulfport, Fla.) Leonard Mondschein, CELA, CAP (Miami, Fla.) NAELA Fellows are attorneys who have been members of the Academy for at least three years,… Read more »

April 16th is National Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinet Day

Did you know that, this year, National Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinet Day is April 16th? Studies show that many abused prescription drugs were found and taken from a family member or friend’s medicine cabinet. By disposing of unneeded and expired medications annually, we can help protect ourselves and others from addiction, as well as,… Read more »

Five Reasons You Need an Estate Plan

Did you know that creating an estate plan can give you the power to determine what happens with your estate after you pass, and offers protection for you and your family? Let us review five benefits to planning your estate with a knowledgeable attorney. You get to decide what happens to your assets. Whether you… Read more »

Learn the Difference Hiring a Member of AFELA Can Make

Are you looking for an elder law attorney for your aging parent, another family member, or close friend? Hiring a member of the Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys (AFELA), can make all the difference in providing the necessary legal guidance for your loved one. An elder law attorney should be familiar with many different… 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 »