Legal and Financial Advice for Caregivers and Families

Florida Board Certified Elder Law Attorney Kellen Bryant assists caregivers and families with asset protection planning for long-term care, wills, trusts, and administration of estates in probate court.  Our law firm practice assists families in Northeast Florida and parts of central Florida from our Pasco County, Florida office.  Click the button to contact us for additional information, to ask a question, or to schedule a consultation.

 

Assistance to Caregivers

Are you a caregiver for someone else? Click to learn more about:

  • Asset Protection from Nursing Homes
  • Medicaid Planning
  • Setting up a Qualified Income Trust​
  • VA Aid and Attendance Benefits
  • Medicaid Long-Term Care Diversion Waiver
  • Florida Complaint Durable Power of Attorney and Advanced Directives
  • How to help a family member with memory issues
  • Advice and options for care settings and placement

CLICK HERE to learn about elder care law planning.

Plan for Yourself 

Have you been meaning to get your will done?  Has someone referred you for estate planning?  Click to learn about your estate planning options that can include:

  • How to prevent heirs from squandering what you leave them
  • How to Avoid Probate
  • What to do to protect your kids from potential loss from creditors, predators, and divorce... which could take everything
  • Wills, Trusts, Durable Power of Attorney, and more!
  • Cost-effective planning for parents of children under 18 years old

CLICK HERE to learn about estate planning, or preparing wills and trust.

Handle Estate of Deceased Family Member

Has someone recently passed away and you've been left in charge of the estate?  Click here to discover:

  • What to do before you hire an attorney
  • How to organize your loved one's affairs and gather the correct information
  • What to do with a trust
  • What is probate and how does it work
  • Do you need to set up a guardianship for minor children?

CLICK HERE to learn more about what to do if a loved one passes away and you think you need to go to probate court.