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About Flammia Elder Law Firm

2707 W. Fairbanks Ave. Ste. 110 Winter Park, FL 32789

Are you worried about the legal and financial challenges created by aging, long-term illness, and disability? You’re right to be. That’s why you need to know about Kathleen Flammia, a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney. Known as one of Central Florida’s leading estate planning experts, Kathleen and her team will put you back in the driver’s seat. Create a comprehensive estate plan, make provisions for the smooth transition of wealth, develop advance directives and Powers of Attorney, protect family assets, and qualify for public benefits like Medicaid and VA.

The Flammia Elder Law Firm can help you with all your estate planning needs.

Contact Us
Visit our website

What Is Involved in Estate Planning?

Estate planning involves several critical objectives:

  • Protecting assets during life
  • Providing for the protection of a person in the event they become incapacitated and cannot make their wishes known
  • Identifying the healthcare wishes of a person if they are in a terminal state and cannot make their wishes known, as well as identifying a person to make critical healthcare decisions, and
  • Providing for the distribution of an estate upon death in a tax-advantaged manner and in a manner beneficial to loved ones.

Comprehensive estate planning is the process of creating legally binding documents and instruments that address all of these matters, taking into account matters such as cost and ease of administration.

Estate plans are not one-size-fits-all, as every asset portfolio and person’s objectives differ.  As a highly respected estate planning firm serving Orlando, Winter Park, and the surrounding communities, we develop customized estate plans around the individual needs and objectives of clients. 

PROVIDING CARE WHILE MAINTAINING DIGNITY AND INDEPENDENCE

The Flammia Elder Law Firm can help you with all types of Florida Guardianships. The firm can help clients obtain Guardianship of the elderly as well as Guardianships over minor children or adult disabled children.

If you are a designated guardian, the Flammia Elder Law Firm will guide you through the legal process and advise you of your responsibilities. These responsibilities can be for health care, property management, and fiduciary decision-making on your ward’s behalf. They also actively provide counsel on the ward’s behalf to make certain their best interests are being protected by their guardian, and the ward is able to maintain their dignity and independence as much as possible.

SERVING ORLANDO, WINTER PARK, AND THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES

Probate is the court process by which a deceased person’s property, known as the “estate,” is passed to his or her heirs and legatees (people named in the Will). The court is involved throughout the process, making sure the decedent’s bills and taxes are paid, and that the assets are distributed correctly.

EVERY ESTATE IS UNIQUE

As a Florida Trust administration attorney, Kathleen Flammia has advised and assisted Personal Representatives and Trustees throughout Orlando, Winter Park, and Central Florida for many years, helping them to complete the steps and obligations necessary to settle the estate of a loved one. The Flammia Elder Law Firm can assist you with all aspects of a probate estate regarding assets distributed by Wills or assets distributed by intestacy laws.

Trust Administration also includes the transfer of non-probate assets, such as Trust assets, life insurance, and annuities in compliance with estate tax requirements. When minor children or a disabled family member are affected, a Guardianship may also be involved in the estate process. We can help you with all of these matters.

The Flammia Elder Law team takes great pride in simplifying the Florida Trust Administration and probate process so that you can be confident that things are been handled correctly and efficiently.

AVOID COSTLY MISTAKES AND PROTECT YOUR ASSETS

Finding ways to help families pay for long-term care is an important goal for any Medicaid Planning attorney. The median cost of a private room in a Florida nursing home in 2018 is $8,867, according to the Genworth Cost of Care Survey. Semi-private rooms are not much better at $8,106.

Very few Orlando seniors – or their families – can manage this kind of expense. But with people today living longer than ever before, long-term care has become a necessity for many. And as the baby boomer generation continues to age, more and more families will face this issue in the coming years.

At the Flammia Elder Law Firm, we understand this problem all too well, and if you contact us, we can help. We have worked with families struggling to find money, so their loved ones can receive the care they need without emptying savings or retirement accounts to cover the cost. But it does not have to be this way. There is another option: you can plan to qualify for Medicaid.

VETERANS: GET THE BENEFITS YOU DESERVE

You have served our country with honor. Now you deserve the best legal help available. The Flammia Elder Law Firm is here to ensure that happens.

Kathleen Flammia is a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney who is also accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs to practice law before the VA. She can help you get the additional income that may be available to you or someone you love to pay for services that will enhance the quality of life, services like home health care, care at assisted living facilities, or nursing home care. Kathleen Flammia is proud to represent Veterans from all branches of the military. Your situation deserves attention, commitment, and expertise throughout every step of the legal process.

At the Flammia Elder Law Firm, we offer a unique educational and counseling approach, so you understand the planning necessary to qualify for the VA Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit without making mistakes that could have a catastrophic effect on your ability to qualify for Medicaid in the future.

We Can Help

With the Flammia Elder Law Firm on your side, your loved one’s final years can be a time of peace. There will be challenges, yes. But you won’t be in a constant state of reactivity. And you won’t be going it alone. Our team of attorneys and elder care coordinators will be by your side every step of the way.

family sitting at the beach with flammia elder law firm logo

About Flammia Elder Law Firm

2707 W. Fairbanks Ave. Ste. 110 Winter Park, FL 32789

Are you worried about the legal and financial challenges created by aging, long-term illness, and disability? You’re right to be. That’s why you need to know about Kathleen Flammia, a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney. Known as one of Central Florida’s leading estate planning experts, Kathleen and her team will put you back in the driver’s seat. Create a comprehensive estate plan, make provisions for the smooth transition of wealth, develop advance directives and Powers of Attorney, protect family assets, and qualify for public benefits like Medicaid and VA.

The Flammia Elder Law Firm can help you with all your estate planning needs.

Contact Us
Visit our website

What Is Involved in Estate Planning?

Estate planning involves several critical objectives:

  • Protecting assets during life
  • Providing for the protection of a person in the event they become incapacitated and cannot make their wishes known
  • Identifying the healthcare wishes of a person if they are in a terminal state and cannot make their wishes known, as well as identifying a person to make critical healthcare decisions, and
  • Providing for the distribution of an estate upon death in a tax-advantaged manner and in a manner beneficial to loved ones.

Comprehensive estate planning is the process of creating legally binding documents and instruments that address all of these matters, taking into account matters such as cost and ease of administration.

Estate plans are not one-size-fits-all, as every asset portfolio and person’s objectives differ.  As a highly respected estate planning firm serving Orlando, Winter Park, and the surrounding communities, we develop customized estate plans around the individual needs and objectives of clients. 

PROVIDING CARE WHILE MAINTAINING DIGNITY AND INDEPENDENCE

The Flammia Elder Law Firm can help you with all types of Florida Guardianships. The firm can help clients obtain Guardianship of the elderly as well as Guardianships over minor children or adult disabled children.

If you are a designated guardian, the Flammia Elder Law Firm will guide you through the legal process and advise you of your responsibilities. These responsibilities can be for health care, property management, and fiduciary decision-making on your ward’s behalf. They also actively provide counsel on the ward’s behalf to make certain their best interests are being protected by their guardian, and the ward is able to maintain their dignity and independence as much as possible.

SERVING ORLANDO, WINTER PARK, AND THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES

Probate is the court process by which a deceased person’s property, known as the “estate,” is passed to his or her heirs and legatees (people named in the Will). The court is involved throughout the process, making sure the decedent’s bills and taxes are paid, and that the assets are distributed correctly.

EVERY ESTATE IS UNIQUE

As a Florida Trust administration attorney, Kathleen Flammia has advised and assisted Personal Representatives and Trustees throughout Orlando, Winter Park, and Central Florida for many years, helping them to complete the steps and obligations necessary to settle the estate of a loved one. The Flammia Elder Law Firm can assist you with all aspects of a probate estate regarding assets distributed by Wills or assets distributed by intestacy laws.

Trust Administration also includes the transfer of non-probate assets, such as Trust assets, life insurance, and annuities in compliance with estate tax requirements. When minor children or a disabled family member are affected, a Guardianship may also be involved in the estate process. We can help you with all of these matters.

The Flammia Elder Law team takes great pride in simplifying the Florida Trust Administration and probate process so that you can be confident that things are been handled correctly and efficiently.

AVOID COSTLY MISTAKES AND PROTECT YOUR ASSETS

Finding ways to help families pay for long-term care is an important goal for any Medicaid Planning attorney. The median cost of a private room in a Florida nursing home in 2018 is $8,867, according to the Genworth Cost of Care Survey. Semi-private rooms are not much better at $8,106.

Very few Orlando seniors – or their families – can manage this kind of expense. But with people today living longer than ever before, long-term care has become a necessity for many. And as the baby boomer generation continues to age, more and more families will face this issue in the coming years.

At the Flammia Elder Law Firm, we understand this problem all too well, and if you contact us, we can help. We have worked with families struggling to find money, so their loved ones can receive the care they need without emptying savings or retirement accounts to cover the cost. But it does not have to be this way. There is another option: you can plan to qualify for Medicaid.

VETERANS: GET THE BENEFITS YOU DESERVE

You have served our country with honor. Now you deserve the best legal help available. The Flammia Elder Law Firm is here to ensure that happens.

Kathleen Flammia is a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney who is also accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs to practice law before the VA. She can help you get the additional income that may be available to you or someone you love to pay for services that will enhance the quality of life, services like home health care, care at assisted living facilities, or nursing home care. Kathleen Flammia is proud to represent Veterans from all branches of the military. Your situation deserves attention, commitment, and expertise throughout every step of the legal process.

At the Flammia Elder Law Firm, we offer a unique educational and counseling approach, so you understand the planning necessary to qualify for the VA Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit without making mistakes that could have a catastrophic effect on your ability to qualify for Medicaid in the future.

We Can Help

With the Flammia Elder Law Firm on your side, your loved one’s final years can be a time of peace. There will be challenges, yes. But you won’t be in a constant state of reactivity. And you won’t be going it alone. Our team of attorneys and elder care coordinators will be by your side every step of the way.

family sitting at the beach with flammia elder law firm logo

About Flammia Elder Law Firm

2707 W. Fairbanks Ave. Ste. 110 Winter Park, FL 32789

Are you worried about the legal and financial challenges created by aging, long-term illness, and disability? You’re right to be. That’s why you need to know about Kathleen Flammia, a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney. Known as one of Central Florida’s leading estate planning experts, Kathleen and her team will put you back in the driver’s seat. Create a comprehensive estate plan, make provisions for the smooth transition of wealth, develop advance directives and Powers of Attorney, protect family assets, and qualify for public benefits like Medicaid and VA.

The Flammia Elder Law Firm can help you with all your estate planning needs.

Contact Us
Visit our website

What Is Involved in Estate Planning?

Estate planning involves several critical objectives:

  • Protecting assets during life
  • Providing for the protection of a person in the event they become incapacitated and cannot make their wishes known
  • Identifying the healthcare wishes of a person if they are in a terminal state and cannot make their wishes known, as well as identifying a person to make critical healthcare decisions, and
  • Providing for the distribution of an estate upon death in a tax-advantaged manner and in a manner beneficial to loved ones.

Comprehensive estate planning is the process of creating legally binding documents and instruments that address all of these matters, taking into account matters such as cost and ease of administration.

Estate plans are not one-size-fits-all, as every asset portfolio and person’s objectives differ.  As a highly respected estate planning firm serving Orlando, Winter Park, and the surrounding communities, we develop customized estate plans around the individual needs and objectives of clients. 

PROVIDING CARE WHILE MAINTAINING DIGNITY AND INDEPENDENCE

The Flammia Elder Law Firm can help you with all types of Florida Guardianships. The firm can help clients obtain Guardianship of the elderly as well as Guardianships over minor children or adult disabled children.

If you are a designated guardian, the Flammia Elder Law Firm will guide you through the legal process and advise you of your responsibilities. These responsibilities can be for health care, property management, and fiduciary decision-making on your ward’s behalf. They also actively provide counsel on the ward’s behalf to make certain their best interests are being protected by their guardian, and the ward is able to maintain their dignity and independence as much as possible.

SERVING ORLANDO, WINTER PARK, AND THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES

Probate is the court process by which a deceased person’s property, known as the “estate,” is passed to his or her heirs and legatees (people named in the Will). The court is involved throughout the process, making sure the decedent’s bills and taxes are paid, and that the assets are distributed correctly.

EVERY ESTATE IS UNIQUE

As a Florida Trust administration attorney, Kathleen Flammia has advised and assisted Personal Representatives and Trustees throughout Orlando, Winter Park, and Central Florida for many years, helping them to complete the steps and obligations necessary to settle the estate of a loved one. The Flammia Elder Law Firm can assist you with all aspects of a probate estate regarding assets distributed by Wills or assets distributed by intestacy laws.

Trust Administration also includes the transfer of non-probate assets, such as Trust assets, life insurance, and annuities in compliance with estate tax requirements. When minor children or a disabled family member are affected, a Guardianship may also be involved in the estate process. We can help you with all of these matters.

The Flammia Elder Law team takes great pride in simplifying the Florida Trust Administration and probate process so that you can be confident that things are been handled correctly and efficiently.

AVOID COSTLY MISTAKES AND PROTECT YOUR ASSETS

Finding ways to help families pay for long-term care is an important goal for any Medicaid Planning attorney. The median cost of a private room in a Florida nursing home in 2018 is $8,867, according to the Genworth Cost of Care Survey. Semi-private rooms are not much better at $8,106.

Very few Orlando seniors – or their families – can manage this kind of expense. But with people today living longer than ever before, long-term care has become a necessity for many. And as the baby boomer generation continues to age, more and more families will face this issue in the coming years.

At the Flammia Elder Law Firm, we understand this problem all too well, and if you contact us, we can help. We have worked with families struggling to find money, so their loved ones can receive the care they need without emptying savings or retirement accounts to cover the cost. But it does not have to be this way. There is another option: you can plan to qualify for Medicaid.

VETERANS: GET THE BENEFITS YOU DESERVE

You have served our country with honor. Now you deserve the best legal help available. The Flammia Elder Law Firm is here to ensure that happens.

Kathleen Flammia is a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney who is also accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs to practice law before the VA. She can help you get the additional income that may be available to you or someone you love to pay for services that will enhance the quality of life, services like home health care, care at assisted living facilities, or nursing home care. Kathleen Flammia is proud to represent Veterans from all branches of the military. Your situation deserves attention, commitment, and expertise throughout every step of the legal process.

At the Flammia Elder Law Firm, we offer a unique educational and counseling approach, so you understand the planning necessary to qualify for the VA Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit without making mistakes that could have a catastrophic effect on your ability to qualify for Medicaid in the future.

We Can Help

With the Flammia Elder Law Firm on your side, your loved one’s final years can be a time of peace. There will be challenges, yes. But you won’t be in a constant state of reactivity. And you won’t be going it alone. Our team of attorneys and elder care coordinators will be by your side every step of the way.

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About Flammia Elder Law Firm

2707 W. Fairbanks Ave. Ste. 110 Winter Park, FL 32789

Are you worried about the legal and financial challenges created by aging, long-term illness, and disability? You’re right to be. That’s why you need to know about Kathleen Flammia, a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney. Known as one of Central Florida’s leading estate planning experts, Kathleen and her team will put you back in the driver’s seat. Create a comprehensive estate plan, make provisions for the smooth transition of wealth, develop advance directives and Powers of Attorney, protect family assets, and qualify for public benefits like Medicaid and VA.

The Flammia Elder Law Firm can help you with all your estate planning needs.

Contact Us
Visit our website

What Is Involved in Estate Planning?

Estate planning involves several critical objectives:

  • Protecting assets during life
  • Providing for the protection of a person in the event they become incapacitated and cannot make their wishes known
  • Identifying the healthcare wishes of a person if they are in a terminal state and cannot make their wishes known, as well as identifying a person to make critical healthcare decisions, and
  • Providing for the distribution of an estate upon death in a tax-advantaged manner and in a manner beneficial to loved ones.

Comprehensive estate planning is the process of creating legally binding documents and instruments that address all of these matters, taking into account matters such as cost and ease of administration.

Estate plans are not one-size-fits-all, as every asset portfolio and person’s objectives differ.  As a highly respected estate planning firm serving Orlando, Winter Park, and the surrounding communities, we develop customized estate plans around the individual needs and objectives of clients. 

PROVIDING CARE WHILE MAINTAINING DIGNITY AND INDEPENDENCE

The Flammia Elder Law Firm can help you with all types of Florida Guardianships. The firm can help clients obtain Guardianship of the elderly as well as Guardianships over minor children or adult disabled children.

If you are a designated guardian, the Flammia Elder Law Firm will guide you through the legal process and advise you of your responsibilities. These responsibilities can be for health care, property management, and fiduciary decision-making on your ward’s behalf. They also actively provide counsel on the ward’s behalf to make certain their best interests are being protected by their guardian, and the ward is able to maintain their dignity and independence as much as possible.

SERVING ORLANDO, WINTER PARK, AND THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES

Probate is the court process by which a deceased person’s property, known as the “estate,” is passed to his or her heirs and legatees (people named in the Will). The court is involved throughout the process, making sure the decedent’s bills and taxes are paid, and that the assets are distributed correctly.

EVERY ESTATE IS UNIQUE

As a Florida Trust administration attorney, Kathleen Flammia has advised and assisted Personal Representatives and Trustees throughout Orlando, Winter Park, and Central Florida for many years, helping them to complete the steps and obligations necessary to settle the estate of a loved one. The Flammia Elder Law Firm can assist you with all aspects of a probate estate regarding assets distributed by Wills or assets distributed by intestacy laws.

Trust Administration also includes the transfer of non-probate assets, such as Trust assets, life insurance, and annuities in compliance with estate tax requirements. When minor children or a disabled family member are affected, a Guardianship may also be involved in the estate process. We can help you with all of these matters.

The Flammia Elder Law team takes great pride in simplifying the Florida Trust Administration and probate process so that you can be confident that things are been handled correctly and efficiently.

AVOID COSTLY MISTAKES AND PROTECT YOUR ASSETS

Finding ways to help families pay for long-term care is an important goal for any Medicaid Planning attorney. The median cost of a private room in a Florida nursing home in 2018 is $8,867, according to the Genworth Cost of Care Survey. Semi-private rooms are not much better at $8,106.

Very few Orlando seniors – or their families – can manage this kind of expense. But with people today living longer than ever before, long-term care has become a necessity for many. And as the baby boomer generation continues to age, more and more families will face this issue in the coming years.

At the Flammia Elder Law Firm, we understand this problem all too well, and if you contact us, we can help. We have worked with families struggling to find money, so their loved ones can receive the care they need without emptying savings or retirement accounts to cover the cost. But it does not have to be this way. There is another option: you can plan to qualify for Medicaid.

VETERANS: GET THE BENEFITS YOU DESERVE

You have served our country with honor. Now you deserve the best legal help available. The Flammia Elder Law Firm is here to ensure that happens.

Kathleen Flammia is a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney who is also accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs to practice law before the VA. She can help you get the additional income that may be available to you or someone you love to pay for services that will enhance the quality of life, services like home health care, care at assisted living facilities, or nursing home care. Kathleen Flammia is proud to represent Veterans from all branches of the military. Your situation deserves attention, commitment, and expertise throughout every step of the legal process.

At the Flammia Elder Law Firm, we offer a unique educational and counseling approach, so you understand the planning necessary to qualify for the VA Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit without making mistakes that could have a catastrophic effect on your ability to qualify for Medicaid in the future.

We Can Help

With the Flammia Elder Law Firm on your side, your loved one’s final years can be a time of peace. There will be challenges, yes. But you won’t be in a constant state of reactivity. And you won’t be going it alone. Our team of attorneys and elder care coordinators will be by your side every step of the way.

family sitting at the beach with flammia elder law firm logo

About Flammia Elder Law Firm

2707 W. Fairbanks Ave. Ste. 110 Winter Park, FL 32789

Are you worried about the legal and financial challenges created by aging, long-term illness, and disability? You’re right to be. That’s why you need to know about Kathleen Flammia, a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney. Known as one of Central Florida’s leading estate planning experts, Kathleen and her team will put you back in the driver’s seat. Create a comprehensive estate plan, make provisions for the smooth transition of wealth, develop advance directives and Powers of Attorney, protect family assets, and qualify for public benefits like Medicaid and VA.

The Flammia Elder Law Firm can help you with all your estate planning needs.

Contact Us
Visit our website

What Is Involved in Estate Planning?

Estate planning involves several critical objectives:

  • Protecting assets during life
  • Providing for the protection of a person in the event they become incapacitated and cannot make their wishes known
  • Identifying the healthcare wishes of a person if they are in a terminal state and cannot make their wishes known, as well as identifying a person to make critical healthcare decisions, and
  • Providing for the distribution of an estate upon death in a tax-advantaged manner and in a manner beneficial to loved ones.

Comprehensive estate planning is the process of creating legally binding documents and instruments that address all of these matters, taking into account matters such as cost and ease of administration.

Estate plans are not one-size-fits-all, as every asset portfolio and person’s objectives differ.  As a highly respected estate planning firm serving Orlando, Winter Park, and the surrounding communities, we develop customized estate plans around the individual needs and objectives of clients. 

PROVIDING CARE WHILE MAINTAINING DIGNITY AND INDEPENDENCE

The Flammia Elder Law Firm can help you with all types of Florida Guardianships. The firm can help clients obtain Guardianship of the elderly as well as Guardianships over minor children or adult disabled children.

If you are a designated guardian, the Flammia Elder Law Firm will guide you through the legal process and advise you of your responsibilities. These responsibilities can be for health care, property management, and fiduciary decision-making on your ward’s behalf. They also actively provide counsel on the ward’s behalf to make certain their best interests are being protected by their guardian, and the ward is able to maintain their dignity and independence as much as possible.

SERVING ORLANDO, WINTER PARK, AND THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES

Probate is the court process by which a deceased person’s property, known as the “estate,” is passed to his or her heirs and legatees (people named in the Will). The court is involved throughout the process, making sure the decedent’s bills and taxes are paid, and that the assets are distributed correctly.

EVERY ESTATE IS UNIQUE

As a Florida Trust administration attorney, Kathleen Flammia has advised and assisted Personal Representatives and Trustees throughout Orlando, Winter Park, and Central Florida for many years, helping them to complete the steps and obligations necessary to settle the estate of a loved one. The Flammia Elder Law Firm can assist you with all aspects of a probate estate regarding assets distributed by Wills or assets distributed by intestacy laws.

Trust Administration also includes the transfer of non-probate assets, such as Trust assets, life insurance, and annuities in compliance with estate tax requirements. When minor children or a disabled family member are affected, a Guardianship may also be involved in the estate process. We can help you with all of these matters.

The Flammia Elder Law team takes great pride in simplifying the Florida Trust Administration and probate process so that you can be confident that things are been handled correctly and efficiently.

AVOID COSTLY MISTAKES AND PROTECT YOUR ASSETS

Finding ways to help families pay for long-term care is an important goal for any Medicaid Planning attorney. The median cost of a private room in a Florida nursing home in 2018 is $8,867, according to the Genworth Cost of Care Survey. Semi-private rooms are not much better at $8,106.

Very few Orlando seniors – or their families – can manage this kind of expense. But with people today living longer than ever before, long-term care has become a necessity for many. And as the baby boomer generation continues to age, more and more families will face this issue in the coming years.

At the Flammia Elder Law Firm, we understand this problem all too well, and if you contact us, we can help. We have worked with families struggling to find money, so their loved ones can receive the care they need without emptying savings or retirement accounts to cover the cost. But it does not have to be this way. There is another option: you can plan to qualify for Medicaid.

VETERANS: GET THE BENEFITS YOU DESERVE

You have served our country with honor. Now you deserve the best legal help available. The Flammia Elder Law Firm is here to ensure that happens.

Kathleen Flammia is a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney who is also accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs to practice law before the VA. She can help you get the additional income that may be available to you or someone you love to pay for services that will enhance the quality of life, services like home health care, care at assisted living facilities, or nursing home care. Kathleen Flammia is proud to represent Veterans from all branches of the military. Your situation deserves attention, commitment, and expertise throughout every step of the legal process.

At the Flammia Elder Law Firm, we offer a unique educational and counseling approach, so you understand the planning necessary to qualify for the VA Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit without making mistakes that could have a catastrophic effect on your ability to qualify for Medicaid in the future.

We Can Help

With the Flammia Elder Law Firm on your side, your loved one’s final years can be a time of peace. There will be challenges, yes. But you won’t be in a constant state of reactivity. And you won’t be going it alone. Our team of attorneys and elder care coordinators will be by your side every step of the way.

family sitting at the beach with flammia elder law firm logo

About Flammia Elder Law Firm

2707 W. Fairbanks Ave. Ste. 110 Winter Park, FL 32789

Are you worried about the legal and financial challenges created by aging, long-term illness, and disability? You’re right to be. That’s why you need to know about Kathleen Flammia, a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney. Known as one of Central Florida’s leading estate planning experts, Kathleen and her team will put you back in the driver’s seat. Create a comprehensive estate plan, make provisions for the smooth transition of wealth, develop advance directives and Powers of Attorney, protect family assets, and qualify for public benefits like Medicaid and VA.

The Flammia Elder Law Firm can help you with all your estate planning needs.

Contact Us
Visit our website

What Is Involved in Estate Planning?

Estate planning involves several critical objectives:

  • Protecting assets during life
  • Providing for the protection of a person in the event they become incapacitated and cannot make their wishes known
  • Identifying the healthcare wishes of a person if they are in a terminal state and cannot make their wishes known, as well as identifying a person to make critical healthcare decisions, and
  • Providing for the distribution of an estate upon death in a tax-advantaged manner and in a manner beneficial to loved ones.

Comprehensive estate planning is the process of creating legally binding documents and instruments that address all of these matters, taking into account matters such as cost and ease of administration.

Estate plans are not one-size-fits-all, as every asset portfolio and person’s objectives differ.  As a highly respected estate planning firm serving Orlando, Winter Park, and the surrounding communities, we develop customized estate plans around the individual needs and objectives of clients. 

PROVIDING CARE WHILE MAINTAINING DIGNITY AND INDEPENDENCE

The Flammia Elder Law Firm can help you with all types of Florida Guardianships. The firm can help clients obtain Guardianship of the elderly as well as Guardianships over minor children or adult disabled children.

If you are a designated guardian, the Flammia Elder Law Firm will guide you through the legal process and advise you of your responsibilities. These responsibilities can be for health care, property management, and fiduciary decision-making on your ward’s behalf. They also actively provide counsel on the ward’s behalf to make certain their best interests are being protected by their guardian, and the ward is able to maintain their dignity and independence as much as possible.

SERVING ORLANDO, WINTER PARK, AND THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES

Probate is the court process by which a deceased person’s property, known as the “estate,” is passed to his or her heirs and legatees (people named in the Will). The court is involved throughout the process, making sure the decedent’s bills and taxes are paid, and that the assets are distributed correctly.

EVERY ESTATE IS UNIQUE

As a Florida Trust administration attorney, Kathleen Flammia has advised and assisted Personal Representatives and Trustees throughout Orlando, Winter Park, and Central Florida for many years, helping them to complete the steps and obligations necessary to settle the estate of a loved one. The Flammia Elder Law Firm can assist you with all aspects of a probate estate regarding assets distributed by Wills or assets distributed by intestacy laws.

Trust Administration also includes the transfer of non-probate assets, such as Trust assets, life insurance, and annuities in compliance with estate tax requirements. When minor children or a disabled family member are affected, a Guardianship may also be involved in the estate process. We can help you with all of these matters.

The Flammia Elder Law team takes great pride in simplifying the Florida Trust Administration and probate process so that you can be confident that things are been handled correctly and efficiently.

AVOID COSTLY MISTAKES AND PROTECT YOUR ASSETS

Finding ways to help families pay for long-term care is an important goal for any Medicaid Planning attorney. The median cost of a private room in a Florida nursing home in 2018 is $8,867, according to the Genworth Cost of Care Survey. Semi-private rooms are not much better at $8,106.

Very few Orlando seniors – or their families – can manage this kind of expense. But with people today living longer than ever before, long-term care has become a necessity for many. And as the baby boomer generation continues to age, more and more families will face this issue in the coming years.

At the Flammia Elder Law Firm, we understand this problem all too well, and if you contact us, we can help. We have worked with families struggling to find money, so their loved ones can receive the care they need without emptying savings or retirement accounts to cover the cost. But it does not have to be this way. There is another option: you can plan to qualify for Medicaid.

VETERANS: GET THE BENEFITS YOU DESERVE

You have served our country with honor. Now you deserve the best legal help available. The Flammia Elder Law Firm is here to ensure that happens.

Kathleen Flammia is a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney who is also accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs to practice law before the VA. She can help you get the additional income that may be available to you or someone you love to pay for services that will enhance the quality of life, services like home health care, care at assisted living facilities, or nursing home care. Kathleen Flammia is proud to represent Veterans from all branches of the military. Your situation deserves attention, commitment, and expertise throughout every step of the legal process.

At the Flammia Elder Law Firm, we offer a unique educational and counseling approach, so you understand the planning necessary to qualify for the VA Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit without making mistakes that could have a catastrophic effect on your ability to qualify for Medicaid in the future.

We Can Help

With the Flammia Elder Law Firm on your side, your loved one’s final years can be a time of peace. There will be challenges, yes. But you won’t be in a constant state of reactivity. And you won’t be going it alone. Our team of attorneys and elder care coordinators will be by your side every step of the way.

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About Flammia Elder Law Firm

2707 W. Fairbanks Ave. Ste. 110 Winter Park, FL 32789

Are you worried about the legal and financial challenges created by aging, long-term illness, and disability? You’re right to be. That’s why you need to know about Kathleen Flammia, a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney. Known as one of Central Florida’s leading estate planning experts, Kathleen and her team will put you back in the driver’s seat. Create a comprehensive estate plan, make provisions for the smooth transition of wealth, develop advance directives and Powers of Attorney, protect family assets, and qualify for public benefits like Medicaid and VA.

The Flammia Elder Law Firm can help you with all your estate planning needs.

Contact Us
Visit our website

What Is Involved in Estate Planning?

Estate planning involves several critical objectives:

  • Protecting assets during life
  • Providing for the protection of a person in the event they become incapacitated and cannot make their wishes known
  • Identifying the healthcare wishes of a person if they are in a terminal state and cannot make their wishes known, as well as identifying a person to make critical healthcare decisions, and
  • Providing for the distribution of an estate upon death in a tax-advantaged manner and in a manner beneficial to loved ones.

Comprehensive estate planning is the process of creating legally binding documents and instruments that address all of these matters, taking into account matters such as cost and ease of administration.

Estate plans are not one-size-fits-all, as every asset portfolio and person’s objectives differ.  As a highly respected estate planning firm serving Orlando, Winter Park, and the surrounding communities, we develop customized estate plans around the individual needs and objectives of clients. 

PROVIDING CARE WHILE MAINTAINING DIGNITY AND INDEPENDENCE

The Flammia Elder Law Firm can help you with all types of Florida Guardianships. The firm can help clients obtain Guardianship of the elderly as well as Guardianships over minor children or adult disabled children.

If you are a designated guardian, the Flammia Elder Law Firm will guide you through the legal process and advise you of your responsibilities. These responsibilities can be for health care, property management, and fiduciary decision-making on your ward’s behalf. They also actively provide counsel on the ward’s behalf to make certain their best interests are being protected by their guardian, and the ward is able to maintain their dignity and independence as much as possible.

SERVING ORLANDO, WINTER PARK, AND THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES

Probate is the court process by which a deceased person’s property, known as the “estate,” is passed to his or her heirs and legatees (people named in the Will). The court is involved throughout the process, making sure the decedent’s bills and taxes are paid, and that the assets are distributed correctly.

EVERY ESTATE IS UNIQUE

As a Florida Trust administration attorney, Kathleen Flammia has advised and assisted Personal Representatives and Trustees throughout Orlando, Winter Park, and Central Florida for many years, helping them to complete the steps and obligations necessary to settle the estate of a loved one. The Flammia Elder Law Firm can assist you with all aspects of a probate estate regarding assets distributed by Wills or assets distributed by intestacy laws.

Trust Administration also includes the transfer of non-probate assets, such as Trust assets, life insurance, and annuities in compliance with estate tax requirements. When minor children or a disabled family member are affected, a Guardianship may also be involved in the estate process. We can help you with all of these matters.

The Flammia Elder Law team takes great pride in simplifying the Florida Trust Administration and probate process so that you can be confident that things are been handled correctly and efficiently.

AVOID COSTLY MISTAKES AND PROTECT YOUR ASSETS

Finding ways to help families pay for long-term care is an important goal for any Medicaid Planning attorney. The median cost of a private room in a Florida nursing home in 2018 is $8,867, according to the Genworth Cost of Care Survey. Semi-private rooms are not much better at $8,106.

Very few Orlando seniors – or their families – can manage this kind of expense. But with people today living longer than ever before, long-term care has become a necessity for many. And as the baby boomer generation continues to age, more and more families will face this issue in the coming years.

At the Flammia Elder Law Firm, we understand this problem all too well, and if you contact us, we can help. We have worked with families struggling to find money, so their loved ones can receive the care they need without emptying savings or retirement accounts to cover the cost. But it does not have to be this way. There is another option: you can plan to qualify for Medicaid.

VETERANS: GET THE BENEFITS YOU DESERVE

You have served our country with honor. Now you deserve the best legal help available. The Flammia Elder Law Firm is here to ensure that happens.

Kathleen Flammia is a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney who is also accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs to practice law before the VA. She can help you get the additional income that may be available to you or someone you love to pay for services that will enhance the quality of life, services like home health care, care at assisted living facilities, or nursing home care. Kathleen Flammia is proud to represent Veterans from all branches of the military. Your situation deserves attention, commitment, and expertise throughout every step of the legal process.

At the Flammia Elder Law Firm, we offer a unique educational and counseling approach, so you understand the planning necessary to qualify for the VA Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit without making mistakes that could have a catastrophic effect on your ability to qualify for Medicaid in the future.

We Can Help

With the Flammia Elder Law Firm on your side, your loved one’s final years can be a time of peace. There will be challenges, yes. But you won’t be in a constant state of reactivity. And you won’t be going it alone. Our team of attorneys and elder care coordinators will be by your side every step of the way.

family sitting at the beach with flammia elder law firm logo

About Flammia Elder Law Firm

2707 W. Fairbanks Ave. Ste. 110 Winter Park, FL 32789

Are you worried about the legal and financial challenges created by aging, long-term illness, and disability? You’re right to be. That’s why you need to know about Kathleen Flammia, a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney. Known as one of Central Florida’s leading estate planning experts, Kathleen and her team will put you back in the driver’s seat. Create a comprehensive estate plan, make provisions for the smooth transition of wealth, develop advance directives and Powers of Attorney, protect family assets, and qualify for public benefits like Medicaid and VA.

The Flammia Elder Law Firm can help you with all your estate planning needs.

Contact Us
Visit our website

What Is Involved in Estate Planning?

Estate planning involves several critical objectives:

  • Protecting assets during life
  • Providing for the protection of a person in the event they become incapacitated and cannot make their wishes known
  • Identifying the healthcare wishes of a person if they are in a terminal state and cannot make their wishes known, as well as identifying a person to make critical healthcare decisions, and
  • Providing for the distribution of an estate upon death in a tax-advantaged manner and in a manner beneficial to loved ones.

Comprehensive estate planning is the process of creating legally binding documents and instruments that address all of these matters, taking into account matters such as cost and ease of administration.

Estate plans are not one-size-fits-all, as every asset portfolio and person’s objectives differ.  As a highly respected estate planning firm serving Orlando, Winter Park, and the surrounding communities, we develop customized estate plans around the individual needs and objectives of clients. 

PROVIDING CARE WHILE MAINTAINING DIGNITY AND INDEPENDENCE

The Flammia Elder Law Firm can help you with all types of Florida Guardianships. The firm can help clients obtain Guardianship of the elderly as well as Guardianships over minor children or adult disabled children.

If you are a designated guardian, the Flammia Elder Law Firm will guide you through the legal process and advise you of your responsibilities. These responsibilities can be for health care, property management, and fiduciary decision-making on your ward’s behalf. They also actively provide counsel on the ward’s behalf to make certain their best interests are being protected by their guardian, and the ward is able to maintain their dignity and independence as much as possible.

SERVING ORLANDO, WINTER PARK, AND THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES

Probate is the court process by which a deceased person’s property, known as the “estate,” is passed to his or her heirs and legatees (people named in the Will). The court is involved throughout the process, making sure the decedent’s bills and taxes are paid, and that the assets are distributed correctly.

EVERY ESTATE IS UNIQUE

As a Florida Trust administration attorney, Kathleen Flammia has advised and assisted Personal Representatives and Trustees throughout Orlando, Winter Park, and Central Florida for many years, helping them to complete the steps and obligations necessary to settle the estate of a loved one. The Flammia Elder Law Firm can assist you with all aspects of a probate estate regarding assets distributed by Wills or assets distributed by intestacy laws.

Trust Administration also includes the transfer of non-probate assets, such as Trust assets, life insurance, and annuities in compliance with estate tax requirements. When minor children or a disabled family member are affected, a Guardianship may also be involved in the estate process. We can help you with all of these matters.

The Flammia Elder Law team takes great pride in simplifying the Florida Trust Administration and probate process so that you can be confident that things are been handled correctly and efficiently.

AVOID COSTLY MISTAKES AND PROTECT YOUR ASSETS

Finding ways to help families pay for long-term care is an important goal for any Medicaid Planning attorney. The median cost of a private room in a Florida nursing home in 2018 is $8,867, according to the Genworth Cost of Care Survey. Semi-private rooms are not much better at $8,106.

Very few Orlando seniors – or their families – can manage this kind of expense. But with people today living longer than ever before, long-term care has become a necessity for many. And as the baby boomer generation continues to age, more and more families will face this issue in the coming years.

At the Flammia Elder Law Firm, we understand this problem all too well, and if you contact us, we can help. We have worked with families struggling to find money, so their loved ones can receive the care they need without emptying savings or retirement accounts to cover the cost. But it does not have to be this way. There is another option: you can plan to qualify for Medicaid.

VETERANS: GET THE BENEFITS YOU DESERVE

You have served our country with honor. Now you deserve the best legal help available. The Flammia Elder Law Firm is here to ensure that happens.

Kathleen Flammia is a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney who is also accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs to practice law before the VA. She can help you get the additional income that may be available to you or someone you love to pay for services that will enhance the quality of life, services like home health care, care at assisted living facilities, or nursing home care. Kathleen Flammia is proud to represent Veterans from all branches of the military. Your situation deserves attention, commitment, and expertise throughout every step of the legal process.

At the Flammia Elder Law Firm, we offer a unique educational and counseling approach, so you understand the planning necessary to qualify for the VA Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit without making mistakes that could have a catastrophic effect on your ability to qualify for Medicaid in the future.

We Can Help

With the Flammia Elder Law Firm on your side, your loved one’s final years can be a time of peace. There will be challenges, yes. But you won’t be in a constant state of reactivity. And you won’t be going it alone. Our team of attorneys and elder care coordinators will be by your side every step of the way.

family sitting at the beach with flammia elder law firm logo

About Flammia Elder Law Firm

2707 W. Fairbanks Ave. Ste. 110 Winter Park, FL 32789

Are you worried about the legal and financial challenges created by aging, long-term illness, and disability? You’re right to be. That’s why you need to know about Kathleen Flammia, a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney. Known as one of Central Florida’s leading estate planning experts, Kathleen and her team will put you back in the driver’s seat. Create a comprehensive estate plan, make provisions for the smooth transition of wealth, develop advance directives and Powers of Attorney, protect family assets, and qualify for public benefits like Medicaid and VA.

The Flammia Elder Law Firm can help you with all your estate planning needs.

Contact Us
Visit our website

What Is Involved in Estate Planning?

Estate planning involves several critical objectives:

  • Protecting assets during life
  • Providing for the protection of a person in the event they become incapacitated and cannot make their wishes known
  • Identifying the healthcare wishes of a person if they are in a terminal state and cannot make their wishes known, as well as identifying a person to make critical healthcare decisions, and
  • Providing for the distribution of an estate upon death in a tax-advantaged manner and in a manner beneficial to loved ones.

Comprehensive estate planning is the process of creating legally binding documents and instruments that address all of these matters, taking into account matters such as cost and ease of administration.

Estate plans are not one-size-fits-all, as every asset portfolio and person’s objectives differ.  As a highly respected estate planning firm serving Orlando, Winter Park, and the surrounding communities, we develop customized estate plans around the individual needs and objectives of clients. 

PROVIDING CARE WHILE MAINTAINING DIGNITY AND INDEPENDENCE

The Flammia Elder Law Firm can help you with all types of Florida Guardianships. The firm can help clients obtain Guardianship of the elderly as well as Guardianships over minor children or adult disabled children.

If you are a designated guardian, the Flammia Elder Law Firm will guide you through the legal process and advise you of your responsibilities. These responsibilities can be for health care, property management, and fiduciary decision-making on your ward’s behalf. They also actively provide counsel on the ward’s behalf to make certain their best interests are being protected by their guardian, and the ward is able to maintain their dignity and independence as much as possible.

SERVING ORLANDO, WINTER PARK, AND THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES

Probate is the court process by which a deceased person’s property, known as the “estate,” is passed to his or her heirs and legatees (people named in the Will). The court is involved throughout the process, making sure the decedent’s bills and taxes are paid, and that the assets are distributed correctly.

EVERY ESTATE IS UNIQUE

As a Florida Trust administration attorney, Kathleen Flammia has advised and assisted Personal Representatives and Trustees throughout Orlando, Winter Park, and Central Florida for many years, helping them to complete the steps and obligations necessary to settle the estate of a loved one. The Flammia Elder Law Firm can assist you with all aspects of a probate estate regarding assets distributed by Wills or assets distributed by intestacy laws.

Trust Administration also includes the transfer of non-probate assets, such as Trust assets, life insurance, and annuities in compliance with estate tax requirements. When minor children or a disabled family member are affected, a Guardianship may also be involved in the estate process. We can help you with all of these matters.

The Flammia Elder Law team takes great pride in simplifying the Florida Trust Administration and probate process so that you can be confident that things are been handled correctly and efficiently.

AVOID COSTLY MISTAKES AND PROTECT YOUR ASSETS

Finding ways to help families pay for long-term care is an important goal for any Medicaid Planning attorney. The median cost of a private room in a Florida nursing home in 2018 is $8,867, according to the Genworth Cost of Care Survey. Semi-private rooms are not much better at $8,106.

Very few Orlando seniors – or their families – can manage this kind of expense. But with people today living longer than ever before, long-term care has become a necessity for many. And as the baby boomer generation continues to age, more and more families will face this issue in the coming years.

At the Flammia Elder Law Firm, we understand this problem all too well, and if you contact us, we can help. We have worked with families struggling to find money, so their loved ones can receive the care they need without emptying savings or retirement accounts to cover the cost. But it does not have to be this way. There is another option: you can plan to qualify for Medicaid.

VETERANS: GET THE BENEFITS YOU DESERVE

You have served our country with honor. Now you deserve the best legal help available. The Flammia Elder Law Firm is here to ensure that happens.

Kathleen Flammia is a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney who is also accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs to practice law before the VA. She can help you get the additional income that may be available to you or someone you love to pay for services that will enhance the quality of life, services like home health care, care at assisted living facilities, or nursing home care. Kathleen Flammia is proud to represent Veterans from all branches of the military. Your situation deserves attention, commitment, and expertise throughout every step of the legal process.

At the Flammia Elder Law Firm, we offer a unique educational and counseling approach, so you understand the planning necessary to qualify for the VA Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit without making mistakes that could have a catastrophic effect on your ability to qualify for Medicaid in the future.

We Can Help

With the Flammia Elder Law Firm on your side, your loved one’s final years can be a time of peace. There will be challenges, yes. But you won’t be in a constant state of reactivity. And you won’t be going it alone. Our team of attorneys and elder care coordinators will be by your side every step of the way.

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