Category Archives: Legal

FAL’s Senior Transition Pro Team has elder law attorneys

Issues relating to matters like health care, retirement, disability, guardianship, and long-term care are of special concern to older adults. FAL’s Senior Transition Pro Team includes attorneys who are board certified in the practice of elder law, which deals with these issues. Robert Abraham, has practiced law in the Daytona Beach and East Central Florida […]

The FAL Senior Transition Pro Team has attorneys who specialize in elder law

“Elder Law” is a legal specialty that covers a number of issues relating to senior citizens, their caretakers and family members. The Senior Transition Pro Team includes attorneys who specialize in elder law and are board certified by the Florida Bar Association. You can read about one such attorney, Ms. Wendy A. Maura, who practices […]

You really have to be careful out there, we have to look out for our Seniors

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Great job Wendy Mara…..She is also part of the FAL Senior Transition ProTeam

You can certainly count on FAL ProTeam Members  to stand out next to their peers, this is Attorney Wendy Mara For further information on FindingAssistedLiving.com Check it out: HERE

Prenuptial / Premarital Agreements

You have met a wonderful person later in life, and you fall in love. While talking about your exciting life together, you or maybe even your loved one mentions a prenuptial or premarital agreement. The realities of your financial situation weigh on your mind. You own many valuable assets – assets you would like to […]

What is a healthcare surrogate?

A healthcare surrogate, sometimes called an “agent”, is a person appointed by you to make medical decisions on your behalf if you are not able to make or communicate them yourself. The healthcare surrogate is one form of an advance health care directive, a statement of your wishes in case you are not able to […]

Should You Have a Health Care Power of Attorney?

The simple answer is “Yes, you should definitely have a health care power of attorney for yourself and loved ones.”  This is a good place to remind you of the broader topic of planning for a senior life transition. The health care power of attorney (HCPA) and the living will are two of several legal […]