Family Law

May 26, 2011

6 Years Later – The Terri Schiavo Case Still Serves to Highlight the Need for a Living Will

In Florida, the memory of Terri Schiavo remains a poignant lesson about the need for a living will. On February 25, 1990, Terri collapsed in a hallway […]
October 4, 2011

Falling Into the “Gap” – How A Qualified Income Trust Works

The Florida Institutional Care Program (ICP) is a Medicaid program that helps people in nursing facilities pay for the cost of their care while also providing general medical […]
October 18, 2011

Estate Planning Lessons From The McCourt Saga

Many sports fans are familiar with the recent developments in the case between Frank and Jamie McCourt.  For those who have not followed the story, Frank […]
November 7, 2011

LegalZoom Reaches Settlement In Class Action Lawsuit

The online company LegalZoom has reached a settlement with plaintiffs regarding a class action lawsuit filed in Missouri.  LegalZoom.com is one of the largest online legal […]