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5 Mistake Divorced Parents Can Make During the Summer Months

By Paul E. Riffel |

Are you a divorced parent? Do you find the summer scheduling to be incredibly difficult? You are not alone, it is a common struggle when children and planning their schedules are involved. We would like to help you with the potential summer schedule planning struggles by reviewing five mistakes that divorced families make at… Read More »

4 Ways You Can Care for Florida Seniors During National Elder Law Month

4 Ways You Can Care for Florida Seniors During National Elder Law Month

By Paul E. Riffel |

Did you know that May is National Elder Law Month? This month-long celebration focuses on our aging Florida seniors and any help they may need. During the month, in addition to an increased awareness of the needs of our senior population, communities across the nation and adult family members are encouraged to get involved…. Read More »

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Three Ways DIY Estate Planning May Backfire on Your Beneficiaries

By Paul E. Riffel |

Love do-it-yourself projects? Thinking about doing your own estate plan? Is having a DIY estate plan better than not having an estate plan at all? Maybe not. If you decide to write your own estate plan without seeking counsel from a qualified Florida estate planning attorney, you could run into a lot of issues… Read More »

Ways You Can Afford Long-Term Care If Your Loved One Has Parkinson’s Disease

Ways You Can Afford Long-Term Care If Your Loved One Has Parkinson’s Disease

By Paul E. Riffel |

My loved one has just received a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease. How will he or she be able to afford long-term care? Are you and your family and friends planning to provide the kind of constant, consistent care that someone with Parkinson’s disease requires? What will happen when that type of care and heavy… Read More »

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Should You Plan for Florida Medicaid as Soon as Possible?

By Paul E. Riffel |

Are you a senior living in Florida? Have you retired or are you planning to retire soon? Have you given any thought to what you will do in the future if you need long-term care? Are you planning to just use Medicare, and the associated supplemental insurances, purchase long-term care insurance, pay for any… Read More »

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Do You Know How to Help a Loved One with Multiple Sclerosis or Other Disability?

By Paul E. Riffel |

Do you have a loved one with a disability? Does your loved one have Multiple Sclerosis? Are you aware that MS affects hundreds of thousands of people in the United States, as well as those who love and care for them. As of right now there is no known cure and, in fact, most… Read More »

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Estate Planning Remarriage Tips to Consider This Valentine’s Day

By Paul E. Riffel |

With thoughts of Valentine’s Day in mind during February are you planning to remarry, or have you already remarried? If your answer is yes to either query, there are three essential points about estate planning and remarriage that you may need to understand and discuss with your future or current spouse. In addition, you… Read More »

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Ways to Create a Loving Legacy for Your Children This Valentine’s Day

By Paul E. Riffel |

Are you trying to find the perfect way to say Happy Valentine’s Day to your adult children? Like us, does it seem that finding the “perfect” way becomes harder as the years go by? How do you say “I Love You” as your children age? In fact, what matters to your children now or… Read More »

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Reasons Why Estate Planning for Digital Assets is Important in the New Year

By Paul E. Riffel |

This month are you beginning to work on accomplishing your 2022 New Year’s resolutions?  Did you include understanding how to protect your digital assets, which is currently a hot topic?  Data security is in the headlines and digital privacy is on the mind of many Floridians.  January is a good time to research how… Read More »

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5 Questions to Use When You Create Your Estate Plan in the New Year

By Paul E. Riffel |

With the new year beginning, have you completed your New Year’s resolutions? As the month of January gets underway, we know many Floridians are focusing on how they will reach the resolutions they set. What did your resolutions focus on? Work or health or family or all three? We want you to know that… Read More »

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