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Making the decision to place an elderly loved on in a nursing home when you can no longer adequately care for them can be a heartbreaking and difficult choice. However, it’s important to make sure that the nursing home you choose has the ability to provide your loved one with proper medical care, hygiene, nutrition, and emotional and social stimulation. Here are some things to keep an eye out for when choosing a nursing home.
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If you are overwhelmed with debt, you’re in the same boat as hundreds of thousands of Florida residents. Today’s challenging economy and unexpected expenses like hospital bills or surprise car repairs put many families in debt, which can be difficult to get out of. Debt settlement may be a way for you to have your debt reduced, so you can get on the path to financial freedom.
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It is commonly assumed that tax debts are not dischargable under bankruptcy laws, and generally speaking, this is true. However, there are some circumstances in which a tax debt may be able to be discharged under a bankruptcy filing if certain criteria are met. Here’s what you need to know.
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Creating a will is one of the most important things you can do to protect your loved ones after you pass away. However, many people overlook some of the critical things that should never be left out of an estate plan. Here’s what you should make sure is included, and who to call to help you get a solid last will & testament in place.
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Elder abuse is something no one wants to think about, but it’s an unfortunate reality for many nursing home residents. If your loved one is in a nursing home or an assisted care facility, you can protect them by being aware of the different types of nursing home abuse and what steps to take if you suspect your loved one is being abused in any way.
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Many people in Florida are struggling with debt as a result of a changing economy. If you’re overwhelmed with bills, bankruptcy may be the answer. Here are 3 myths about chapter 13 bankruptcy, and what to do if you’re having trouble making ends meet.
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Being overwhelmed with bills that you can’t pay is frustrating and hurtful. Fortunately, there’s a way out. Bankruptcy can help you get a fresh start financially, so you can take control over building your credit score and staying on top of your financial obligations. If you’re below the median income for a family of your size in your area, you may be eligible for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Here are 5 Chapter 7 bankruptcy myths that you need to know before you get started.
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Having a will in place before your passing can help ensure that your belongings, assets and valuables are distributed to your loved ones as you see fit. Without a will, the state of Florida will determine how your assets are appropriated after your death. These are not decisions that your elderly loved one would want to leave up to chance, however, many elderly individuals do not have a will and testament in place, or their will may not have been updated recently. Here’s how to help your loved one obtain a will that allows them to have peace of mind knowing their final wishes will be carried out after their passing.
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amilies are continuing to lose their homes to foreclosure in Florida, and often believe they have little recourse once the foreclosure process has started. However, there are a number of Florida laws that are designed to protect the homeowner, and others that could potentially be used in your favor to defend against the foreclosure of your home.
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When you are overwhelmed with debt, it may seem like you have little recourse. However, filing for bankruptcy is one option that can not only have a positive impact on your financial future, it can also benefit you in the short term. Here are many of the benefits you are likely to notice soon after filing for bankruptcy.
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