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There are many Florida laws that affect the way your estate is passed on to your heirs. In our blog, an attorney takes a close look at the real life details of creating an estate plan, and the practical implications of the plans you have made on paper. Check back regularly for updates!

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Special Needs Loved Ones Deserve Special Estate Planning Considerations to Preserve Their Benefits

Two Different Types of Special Needs Trusts

The Social Security Administrations Special Needs Trusts Review Process

Charity Spotlight of the Month: Autism Pensacola

Autism Pensacola’s Annual Gala

Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) - How to Open an ABLE Account

A Trust Is Essential If You Have a Special Needs Child

The last thing parents want to do is to inadvertently jeopardize their children's public assistance benefits because of an inheritance we leave them. And we don't want to cut our special needs kids

Category: Special Needs Planning

Date: 10/30/2015

Becoming a Guardian Advocate for Your Special Needs Child

Under Florida law, a guardian advocate may be appointed for a person with developmental disabilities if the person lacks the capacity to do some, but not all, of the tasks necessary to care for his or her person, property or estate.

Category: Special Needs Planning

Date: 10/30/2015

5 Things Parents Must Do to Protect Their Special Needs Child

Most folks when they think about estate planning think about what’s going to happen to their money and their “stuff” when they pass away. However, for parents of young kids

Category: Special Needs Planning

Date: 08/29/2012
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