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Elder Law and Probate Attorney Mark A. Roseman will assist and guide you or your elderly or disabled family member or friend with obtaining and paying for appropriate levels of care. The South Florida Elder Law and Probate attorney will guide you through the maze of laws and legal requirements governing Medicaid, Medicare and other public benefits programs. By skillful planning, Attorney Roseman can help you preserve savings, income, and your home. Advance planning can help seniors, the disabled, and their families maintain a sense of self-reliance, well being, and control over their finances and future needs.

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Medicaid Benefits Eligibility

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The Elder Law and Probate attorney Mark A. Roseman will be able to secure for you Medicaid, financial or other benefits, to which you may be legally entitled. To schedule a confidential consultation
call: (954) 963 - 8719.

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Nursing Home Facilities

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Few seniors or the disabled are independently able to assume the cost of home care or the expense of a nursing home facility. You can substantially improve your circumstances even if you already receive home care, or are applying to a nursing home.

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If you are concerned about planning for your future and your family's future, and would like to discuss your situation with a Florida Elder Law and Probate attorney, you are invited to contact Mark A. Roseman' s office to arrange a confidential consultation. Phone: (954) 963 - 8719

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Elder Law and Probate Attorney In Florida

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American families are concerned about the medical and financial issues that accompany aging, illness, and disability. Many Florida families face the same issues: high medical cost including "ruinously expensive" nursing home care and home care. The Elder Law and Probate Attorney Mark A. Roseman will assist you in making and implementing important legal decisions that will affect your future independence and freedom of choice. Attorney Mark A. Roseman is sensitive to the difficulties of the elderly and of individuals with disabilities. Attorney Roseman will assure that, under Federal and Florida law, the plans you have for your health care, your home, and your savings are effectuated to the full extent of the law. The firm provides legal advice in the following areas:

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Medicaid Benefits and Planning:

  • Medicaid Benefits for Nursing Home Care

  • Medicaid Benefits for Assisted Living Facilities

  • Medicaid Benefits for Home Care

  • Asset Protection

  • Powers Of Attorney

  • Health Care Surrogate Designation Forms

  • Wills

  • Living Wills

  • Medicaid Trusts

  • Long Term Care Insurance

  • Annuities

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Senior citizens and their families from Florida are invited to email or call Attorney Mark A. Roseman and feel comfortable and confident that their elder law lawyer will advise you on any of the above mentioned matters with compassion and understanding.

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Probate is the process of passing the assets of a deceased person to his or heirs, after the payment of creditors. In addition to the grief that is caused by the loss of a loved one, the personal representative of an estate is required to quickly learn the legal procedures necessary to ensure a smooth estate administration. Attorney Mark A. Roseman provides the help and assistance necessary to ensure a successful probate administration.

Attorney Roseman handles estates of all sizes and complexities, from simple estates valued at less than $100,000 all the way up to taxable estates valued in the millions.

If you are named as the personal representative in a will for a deceased Florida resident, please contact Attorney Mark A. Roseman to help start the probate process. If you are an heir and the person named in the will as the personal representative is deceased or is unable or unwilling to fulfill their duties as the personal representative, you may be eligible to serve as the personal representative. If there is no will, Florida law sets forth an order of priority to determine who can serve as the personal representative. To schedule a free consultation, call: (954) 963 - 8719

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