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Selis Elder Law of Florida
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The key to aging well in Florida is to be fully prepared for any circumstance that arises as a result of the aging process. We want you and your family to be protected! Learn four tips in our blog this Thursday. #ElderLawFlorida #ThursdayTips #TBT #Blog #ElderCare
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We know just how hard it can be for the family caregiver. This is a role that is often unpaid and over relied on. If this sounds familiar, there are a few tips we can give you to help juggle your busy lifestyle as a multi-age caregiver. Learn more in our blog today. #ElderLawFlorida #WednesdayWisdom #ElderCare #Representation
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Unsure if an estate plan is something your family needs? This article we found for you lists quite a few reasons why every family should have a basic estate plan. Don’t wait to learn more about the importance of estate planning this Tuesday. #ElderLawFlorida #TuesdayTips #EstatePlanning #Legacy #Wills #Trusts
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You need to know your options, including how to best protect yourself, your family members and your assets, in light of an uncertain long-term care future. Unfortunately, the long-term care costs continue to increase. Learn more on our website this Thursday. #ElderLawFlorida #ThursdayTips #TBT #ElderCare #LongTermCare
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In our continuing commitment to making sure you and your family are protected against uncertainty, we want to talk to you about tax reform. Did you know there are specific provisions within the bill that could impact seniors and persons with disabilities? Don't wait to learn more in our blog today. #ElderLawFlorida #WednesdayWisdom #ElderCareLaw #ElderLaw #Representation
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In the absence of Florida documents such as the Florida durable power of attorney or Florida health care surrogate, you may need to file a petition for incapacity and a petition for guardianship in order to start the process to be able to care for your Florida loved one. #ElderLawFlorida #FridayFacts #Friday #Seniors #Tips #AgeOutLoud
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