Overview

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Overview

The Florida Senior Legal Guide 10th edition is up to date and an accurate source of information. The Florida Senior Legal Guide provides answers in an easily understood manner that has been compiled by a Board Certified in Elder Law and Wills, Trusts and Estates lawyer, Gregory G. Gay, Esq.

Senior Law Series, Inc. was established to provide a one-stop concise publication addressing the 16 major legal areas of concern to senior citizens.  The Florida Senior Legal Guide answers questions within Federal and Florida state law of concern to senior citizens.  Annual changes in the law will also be addressed through supplements to current publications or periodic new editions.

This one of a kind resource to LIFETIME PLANNING for Florida residents contains up-to-date information necessary to provide accurate legal advice that will support decisions for you and your loved ones. Questions such as what should be included in a living will, prenuptial or postnuptial agreement are addressed.  What one can do to avoid or defer the tax consequences for many transactions faced by seniors are answered in this complete guide.

This lifetime Planning Guide is loaded with practical, easy-to-use information such as:

  • New Federal Estate and Gift Tax Laws effective for 2017
  • The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (National Health Care Law)
  • Inherited IRA's and the Conduit IRA Trust laws
  • New Medigap Policies

Florida citizens now have a desk reference that explains the new state and federal laws that specifically affect them—in health care, estate and disability planning decisions. A few of the other important subjects covered include:

  • Planning for Retirement
  • Planning for Disability
  • Planning for Skilled Nursing Care
  • Pension and IRA Distributions and Taxable implications
  • Veterans' Benefits
  • Annuity Benefits, Risks and Estate Taxation
  • Selling a Residence and Homestead Exemptions
  • Living Wills and Advance Directives
  • Guardianships
  • Medicare Benefits and Medicaid Nursing Home Assistance
  • Wills, Trusts, Prenuptial Agreements
  • Charitable GivingProbate