WHY MILLER ESTATE AND ELDER LAW?
Holidays and families seem to go together, even when things are not perfect. For example, as Molly looked across a holiday table surrounded by family, she worried about their futures. Her son was there with his daughter, who was intellectually disabled. Molly’s...read more
Steve realized his father, Hank, needed help. Still, he was surprised when a doctor told him that Hank needed 24/7 nursing care. As he looked for a nursing home, he was surprised at the cost and unsure of how his father would pay for it. Someone suggested he check...read more
Everything seemed to happen in a split second. One minute, 88-year old Mary Elizabeth was living at home and appeared able to care for herself. Then her son, Jason, received a call from the emergency room. Mary Elizabeth had suffered a devastating stroke and needed...read more
A Trustworthy Person Standing in Your Shoes Right Now Michael was having a wonderful time in Florida while he waited for his Alabama house to close. Unfortunately, he took a bad fall and ended up in a Florida hospital. He had his...read more
Ella passed away while living in New York, but she owned several rental properties in Alabama. Jesse lived and died in Texas but docked his fishing boat in Alabama. Ella and Jesse have something in common: their estates will have to file ancillary probate in Alabama....read more
One of the many benefits associated with estate planning is that you get to choose who gets your stuff after you are gone. However, that generally only works if you have actually done an estate plan! Someone who passes away without leaving a valid Alabama Will has...read more
Some things just don’t go together, like oil and water or peanut butter and sardines. Sometimes it’s not a big deal – or the resulting problem is minor. But when something as important as your Medicaid eligibility is involved, that’s a different story. For example,...read more
Life throws curveballs sometimes, and we have to be ready. In her 40s, Joanie thought Medicaid planning was far ahead of her. She put off talking to her attorney about Medicaid planning. Unfortunately, she suffered permanent traumatic injuries as a result of a car...read more
If you have ever spent any time in an emergency room, you know how stressful it is. You may find yourself sitting beside a loved one anxiously awaiting a diagnosis. Or maybe you will be the one in need of emergency care. Either way, you may find yourself wondering how...read more
With thousands of lawyers to choose from, how will you know who to pick? As they started a new business in Anniston, Elaine and Paul were concerned. They knew they needed the advice of a business attorney. However, they did not know whether to hire locally or go to...read more
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