When an individual passes away, their assets and property are typically distributed to their beneficiaries through a process known as probate. In Florida, the personal representative is the individual responsible for marshalling and managing the probate estate, paying any creditors, and distributing assets to the estate’s beneficiaries. But what happens if the personal representative is… Read More
Jill Ginsberg featured on NSU Florida’s Pulse! Health Law Society Podcast
An exciting appearance on the NSU Florida podcast entitled Pulse! Health Law Society by Pulse Health features Senior Partner Jill Ginsberg. In this second installment of Pulse! Health Law Society’s three-part series on Elder Law: Senior Care, we sit down with Jill R. Ginsberg to discuss her practice and experiences as a Florida Board-Certified Elder… Read More
Senior Partner Jill Ginsberg Selected by Super Lawyers in the field of Elder Law
We are excited to announce that Florida Bar Board Certified attorney and Senior Partner Jill Ginsberg has been selected as one of Florida’s Super Lawyers for 2020 in the area of Elder Law. Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business, is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained… Read More
David Shulman’s November 2016 appearance on Ask The Experts
Here is my November 2016 appearance on the Ask the Experts radio show.
David Shulman’s October Appearance on “Ask The Experts”
Attached is my October appearance on the Ask the Experts Radio show, where I talk about estate planning, probate, guardianship, elder law, tax, and other related topics.
Senior Partner Jill Ginsberg appears on the Fort Lauderdale Eldercare Channel
I am not the only one who does media interviews. My partner, Jill Ginsberg, recently appeared on the Fort Lauderdale Eldercare Channel, where she talked about herself, our practice, elder law, and why and how someone might need to hire an Elder Law attorney. I know I’m a bit biased, but I think she did a… Read More
Why you shouldn’t transfer your home to your kids or “put their name on the deed”
One of the most common questions I get from people, especially the elderly, is whether they should transfer their home to their children or grandchildren now. Their thinking is that by transferring it now, it will avoid probate when they die, and also, they can avoid paying for more complicated estate planning. Of course, that’s not… Read More
Washington Post Article on Sam Huff has Good Advice for Planning for Dementia
A few days ago, Washington Post columnist Sally Jenkins wrote a column about former NFL Linebacker Sam Huff. Huff, who had a long and successful career after the NFL, was diagnosed with dementia in 2012. According to the column, “Huff made what he thought were sound legal preparations and … then one day in March,… Read More
David Shulman’s Appearance on the Ask the Experts Radio Show on August 18, 2016
This is the third of three posts regarding my appearances on the Ask the Experts Radio Show, where I discuss estate planning, probate, elder law, guardianship and tax.
David Shulman’s Appearance on the Ask the Experts Radio Show on July 21, 2016
This is the second of three posts of my past appearances on the Ask the Experts Radio Show that occurred while our new website was under construction. This was on July 21, 2016.
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