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The Role of Your Attorney When Planning for Medicaid
The Role of Your Attorney When Planning for Medicaid

Health care for seniors and disabled individuals can not only be expensive, but can also exceed a person's financial means. However, determining if you are eligible for Medicaid can be a complex and time-consuming process. The application and review process can be lengthy, ...

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Blog posts in Estate Planning

  • Retirement Planning: When to Involve an Attorney

    You don’t need much to start thinking about how you want to retire and consider your financial options. (In fact, you’re doing it right now.) However, ...

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  • What You Need to Know When Planning Your Retirement

    Planning for retirement can be exciting, but it can also be stressful. People often wonder if they will be able to live comfortably after they quit ...

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  • Are Holographic Wills Valid in Florida?

    A hand written and unwitnessed will is called a “holographic” will. Although holographic wills are valid in many states across the country, they are ...

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  • What Happens If Someone Dies Without a Will?

    Not all people are prepared for their final moments. Accidents happen on a daily basis, to young and old alike. No matter how young or young-at-heart ...

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  • How to Minimize Your Estate Taxes in Florida

    Many seniors decide to pack up and move to Florida. Partly, this may be because of the great weather and location; however, the other half of this ...

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  • What Are the Benefits of Medicaid Planning?

    It’s never too soon to plan for your future, and if you foresee any potential need for nursing home care, preparing for Medicaid now may benefit you ...

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  • Owenby Law, P.A. Opens New Office Location in St. Augustine, Florida

    Our legal team at Owenby Law, P.A. is pleased to announce that we have opened a new office location in St. Augustine, Florida. At this location, we ...

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  • 6 Essential Estate Planning Tools

    More than half of American consumers do not have a will, and nearly 70 percent of parents with children under the age of 18 don’t either. Although ...

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  • The Importance of Creating an Estate Plan

    When you are enjoying your prime years in good health, it is understandable that estate planning is not at the forefront of your attention. Certainly, ...

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