By Teresa Bowman | Published October 15, 2019 | |
As the year moves into fall and 2020 looms closer, it may be a good time to consider an estate planning checkup before the year ends. A thorough review of your estate plan should happen every 5 years or so, or sooner if there have been significant changes in your life. Such changes might include Read MoreRead More
As we age it’s a good idea of start thinking about tidy’s up our lives. I’m not taking about “Marie Kondoing” your home. (If you don’t know who she is, well then think about Mary Poppins and her idea of clean). No, I’m talking about putting things in order so that if we need help Read MoreRead More
When a Child Legally Becomes an Adult: A Parent’s Right to Stay Informed When your child was under the age of 18, and before he or she became an adult in the eyes of the law, it was easy to get information from their school, teacher, the school nurse, and to speak to your child’s Read MoreRead More
Florida Protected Homestead and Medicaid The Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993, which amended the Social Security Act, requires every state to recover against the estate of any Medicaid recipient, the sum of money paid out on the recipient’s behalf prior to death. When an estate is opened, if there are no liquid assets to Read MoreRead More
"The National Elder Law Foundation (NELF) – the only organization approved by the American Bar Association to offer certification in the area of elder law, has announced that Teresa K. Bowman, Esq., of Sarasota has successfully completed its examination leading to such certification."
"I am pleased to announce that I have joined the firm of McLin Burnsed, based in Leesburg and in The Villages Community, as an attorney of counsel. McLin Burnsed has maintained a presence in the Leesburg and Villages area for over 45 years and are expanding their practice to include Elder Law."