By Teresa Bowman | Published July 10, 2017 | |
Securing Your Assets, Healthcare and Legacy in 2017 It’s your life and legacy. Help ensure your loved ones aren’t overtaxed and overburdened. Control: Your medical care if you become incapacitated Distribution of your assets Consequences to beneficiaries Here are 5 tips to secure your assets, healthcare and Legacy in 2017: 1. Create or Update Your Read MoreRead More
Do I need a will or a living trust? What are the differences? Living trusts are useful estate planning tools, and they have an important place in many people’s estate plans. If you find anyone of the following benefits appealing, then a living trust may be appropriate for you. Benefit #1: No Probate. When a Read MoreRead More
Planning and Caring for a Loved One Diagnosed with MS Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disabling disease of the central nervous system that interferes with the brain’s ability to send information to the body. The symptoms are varying and no two people have the exact same symptoms. Diagnosis can be difficult and some people can Read MoreRead More
National Health Care Decision Day April 16th is National Health Care Decision Day, but any day is a good day to consider who would make a health care decision for you in the event you do not have the ability to make it yourself. If a physician believe that you do not have the ability Read MoreRead More
Sarasota Elder Law Attorney Featured in “Women on the Scene” Teresa K. Bowman, Esq. was featured in the 2015 annual issue of “Women on the Scene” published by Scene Magazine in Sarasota, FL. Sarasota elder law attorney Teresa K. Bowman has built a reputation as a stalwart champion who aids families in crisis and helps 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."