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 them with the planning required to maintain their quality of life. Teresa is always ready to step in to help clients navigate issues that can arise from a diagnosis, disability, or health crisis. She employs both her legal expertise and an in-depth knowledge if the intricacies of Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid, which can make a critical financial difference for individuals and their spouses’ futures. Working as an elder law attorney satisfies Teresa’s lifelong desire to help people, and she particularly enjoys the hugs she gets from clients she has helped.
Teresa is also known for standing up against those who exploit the elderly, whether it’s through inappropriate sales of annuities or the many scams aimed at the elderly or unsophisticated. Her support extends to helping clients find trustworthy resources for everything from financial planning to in-home care. In addition, she does probate work, administers trusts, and helps families create long-term plans through the creation of the proper estate documents. Teresa also helps parents with disabled minor children ensure their continued care and counsels veterans regarding how VA benefits, in combination with long-term care and other benefits, can help them remain in their homes.
Having spent 15 years as an elementary school teacher, Teresa decided to fulfill a life-long goal and attend law school in 2003. She excelled at Stetson University College of Law where she concentrated in elder law and earned the Order of the Barrister for her advocacy work. Raised in a family that came to Florida in 1896, she relishes spending free time at her rural-urban home with her husband, a small flock of chickens, and a very inviting porch swing.
"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."