Health Subsidies and Your Taxes

For millions of Americans, the time has come to renew their health insurance through the marketplace.  Though considerable efforts have been made to make the process as seamless as possible, there are always unusual circumstances that lead to questions. For example, what happens if a person in their sixties reports their income as $22,000 a […]

Dubious Wills Cause Major Problems

A wife set to receive a probate allowance found herself receiving less than what she was entitled to when her husband decided to flee to Florida, declared bankruptcy and then passed away under unusual circumstances.  The case became further complicated when it was revealed that the husband’s series of wills were in fact dubious.  Because […]

Estate Planning Myths

When dealing with estate planning, the topic tends to be relegated to older individuals that wish to determine how their assets will be distributed upon their death.  While this is one aspect of estate planning, it is also one of the myths attached.  Let’s take a look at some of the other myths that should […]

Florida Seeks to Reduce Unnecessary Gun Use

The Florida Legislature will soon be returning to session, and one of the first bill proposals to be addressed is one involving a ban on backyard gun ranges, a gun law to be evaluated by the state House and Senate that’s being supported by local governments, police chiefs, and even the National Rifle Association (NRA). […]

Lawmaker Proposes New Witness Protection Law

A Tampa-based lawmaker named Ed Narain is spearheading a bill intended to protect the identity of a witness to a felony from being disclosed publicly.  Known as House Bill 475 (HB 475), it was submitted in October and is currently being reviewed by a Criminal Justice Subcommittee. Should the legislation pass, it will affect Florida’s […]