You own more than physical property, financial assets or real estate. Your Digital Assets may be an important part of your estate and they should be covered in your will. Read about “Managing Digital Assets in Your Estate Plan” by clicking the link.
Modern times have created new and different family structures and situations. Deciding who gets what after a family member dies may become more and more complicated. Read about some think-ahead solutions in “Estate Planning for the Blended Family.”
More and more states regulate digital assets by law. Read about the topic in the article, “Managing Digital Assets in Your Estate Plan” by Mr. Andrew Grant of the Finding Assisted Living Senior Transition Pro Team.
Elder Law attorneys specialize in helping seniors and their families’ transition to a safe, secure senior lifestyle. Wendy A. Mara’s law practice is centered on family and domestic law, probate and wills, guardianship and business matters. Ms. Mara currently serves as President of the Volusia County Bar Association, a six hundred member organization of attorneys. […]
Elder law presents special situations that need expert legal attention. In the Daytona-Ormond-Volusia area, the law office of Mr. Robert Abraham can supply that skilled advice. Mr. Abraham is board certified in the specialized field of Elder Law. You can read about his impressive background, education and legal experience by pointing to Robert Abraham.
When seniors decide to marry or remarry, it can bring complications to other family members. They may want to think about future family and estate matters. Find out more by reading “Prenuptial / Premarital Agreements” by Wendy A. Mara, J.D., MBA. Wendy is a proud member of the FAL Senior Transition Pro Team.
Making estate plans can be more complicated when multiple spouses or children from separate marriages are involved. Read “Estate Planning for a Blended Family” to understand more about this potentially complicated topic.
You have probably heard the pious sounding advice that “everyone should have a living will.” In this case, the pious advice is absolutely correct! If any group of people is in a position to know the truth of this, it is emergency room physicians. They are on the front line in dealing with the unforeseen […]
Family situations can become very complicated, involving the children of partners from previous marriages. When planning your estate, you should think ahead and get professional advice. Read “Estate Planning for the Blended Family” to find out more.
Do you have a Healthcare Surrogate? If a time comes when you can no longer speak for yourself, your Healthcare Surrogate has the authority to carry out your wishes. Click “What is a healthcare surrogate?” to learn about this important subject.