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Key Reasons Why You Need to Update Your Estate Plan When You Move to a New State

Did you know there are key reasons to update your estate plan when you move to a new state? It can be a great time to make sure your estate plan is comprehensive and includes protections for all of your goals. It can also be important to make updates that reflect laws that vary from state to state and can have significant impacts on the effectiveness of an estate plan. Let us discuss why you should update your estate plan when you move to a new state.

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Congratulations, Bobbi, on Being Named a Super Lawyer for 2021

Did you know that Attorney Bobbi Meloro has been named a Super Lawyer for 2021? Super Lawyers must first be nominated by peers in the legal profession and then pass a rigorous investigation process into their knowledge of the law, their professional reputation and their professional work ethic along with advocacy on behalf of their clients. Super Lawyers are standouts in the legal field and today, we want to honor Attorney Meloro for this great accomplishment.

During her more than 20 years of practicing law, Bobbi Meloro has shown a commitment

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Beware the Risks of DIY Estate Planning

Have you been thinking that having a do-it-yourself estate plan might be better than not having any estate plan at all? Unfortunately, this may not be the case. A DIY estate plan drafted without the right legal advice may result in a number of undesirable consequences. It can be particularly important to keep this in mind if you have been married more than once, or if you have children from a relationship outside of your current marriage. DIY estate planning can mean that your assets are not divided in the

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Four Ways You Can Help Your Mother Age in Place During National Elder Law Month

Did you know that, each May, attorneys across America participate in National Elder Law Month? May is also the month where we celebrate Mother’s Day! If you are interested in discovering ways to help Mom age in place and you have been searching for strategies, now may be the perfect time to reach out to an elder law attorney in your area. An elder law attorney can assist you in supporting your aging parents and develop, among other things, a long-term care plan for your parents that prepares them for

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Plantation Attorney Bobbi Meloro Selected as 2020 Florida Super Lawyer

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Contact: 06/05/20 

Bobbi Meloro (954) 577-1010

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Plantation Attorney Bobbi Meloro Selected as 2020 Florida Super Lawyer 

PLANTATION, FL. (June 5, 2020) – Plantation attorney Bobbi L. Meloro has been selected to the 2020 Florida Super Lawyers list for the second year in a row. No more than five percent of the lawyers in the state are selected by Super Lawyers. 

Ms. Meloro practices several areas of law at her firm, Meloro Law. In the area of elder law, she helps seniors protect their assets and qualify for Medicaid when needed

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City of Plantation Proclaims October as Special Needs Law Month

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Contact: 10/02/19

Bobbi Meloro (954) 577-1010;

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City of Plantation Proclaims October as Special Needs Law Month

PLANTATION, FL (October 2, 2019) – At its Council meeting on October 2, 2019, the City of Plantation and Mayor Lynn Stoner issued a proclamation recognizing October as “Special Needs Law Month.” The proclamation was given to Plantation resident and special needs attorney, Bobbi L. Meloro. In the area of special needs law, Ms. Meloro helps individuals with special needs and their families by protecting their assets through special needs

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What Does an Elder Law Attorney Do?

The need for an elder law attorney Plantation came out of the necessity of dealing with the complicated maze of managing and paying for elder care. The average age of Americans is increasing which means more people needing long term care that involves home health aides, assisted living or nursing homes. This leads to increasing costs and the involvement of a complicated maze of insurers and other providers.

In addition to managing care, seniors have financial and legal affairs to settle. An elder law attorney helps seniors

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Factors to Consider When Hiring a Medicaid Attorney

If you are worried about how you will manage your financial and health issues as you get older or about planning for the care of elderly loved ones, you’ll need to find a Medicaid attorney Plantation. It is best to address such matters early and as soon as possible, as waiting until these concerns become critical may be too late or can cause additional delays in proper care.

Your Lawyer needs to meet the following criteria:

Has experience dealing with Medicaid

A Medicaid attorney will

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What to Ask Your Medicaid Attorney before Hiring One

Qualifying for and applying for Medicaid and/or VA benefits can be complicated. A Medicaid attorney Plantation can help, but before you hire one, ask them the following questions:

How long have you been practicing law and what is your specialty?

While you will obviously want an experienced lawyer, choosing one whose practice specifically focuses on Medicaid and Elder Law is important.

What are your qualifications, and do you have the license to practice law?

Do not hesitate to ask them about their qualifications and

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What an Elder Law Attorney Can Do for You

The United States has some of the best programs to help its aging population, particularly in managing health-related issues. But along with the availability of these programs, there are a few complications as well. Consequently, one needs an elder law attorney Plantation to deal with these issues. There are many ways an elder law attorney can help you:

Obtain government benefits to help pay for long term care: The cost of long term care (such as home health aides, assisted living facilities and nursing homes) is exorbitant.

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