The Coronavirus, or COVID-19, is impacting hospice care facilities, nursing homes, and rehabilitation facilities all across the country. Loved ones are not able to visit their family members or friends in person. However, there are other ways to show your love. Many facilities in Florida are implementing helpful measures. If the facility your loved one […]
Category: Elder Care
The Coronavirus, or COVID-19, is impacting hospice care facilities, nursing homes, and rehabilitation facilities all across the country.
The Florida Health Care Surrogate: name the person who will make your health care decisions if you cannot.
Your right to self-determination and to make ethical decisions about your own medical treatment are protected under Florida law. What many people do not realize, however, is that these rights can be entrusted to a loved one, should you lose the capacity to make health care decisions yourself. In fact, the Designation of Health Care […]
Second Marriages and Trust Litigation
In the case of a second marriage, the parent of adult children usually want their children to maintain a relationship with the new spouse. Perhaps the second marriage began when the children were still minors or it may be after they have grown. The biggest misconception of a parent is to prepare estate planning documents […]
Durable Power of Attorney Increasingly Important for Aging Parents
As we see the aging of our parents, we are grateful for so many advances in caring for the physical wellbeing of them. Certain cancers, heart disease and broken bones are no longer a death sentence to the aging parent. However, with longer life comes deterioration of the mind, a mental decline that medicine has […]