Cyber Insurance

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn “Let’s draw an analogy and see if it holds water,” to quote Joe Pesci from “My Cousin Vinny”. You drive a car. You’re a good driver. You don’t text and drive. Okay, you do, but only at stoplights. Okay, you rarely text and drive. We know. You don’t drink and drive. […]

Understanding Different Types of Trusts

Most people wish to leave the valuable assets they acquired over the course of a lifetime, such as real estate and savings, to the next generation. One of the best ways to achieve this goal is by setting up a trust. A trust is a financial arrangement between three parties. In a typical trust the […]

How to Recertify for Medicaid

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Medicaid is a government program that provides millions of Americans with health coverage and other benefits including nursing home care. The recipients of Medicaid include the elderly, disabled and low-income adults, pregnant women and qualifying children. Many of the services provided by Medicaid, such as doctor or hospital visits, nursing home […]

How Long Should I Keep These Documents?

In this day and age, it’s not uncommon to become inundated with bank stubs, receipts from purchases and other documents or scraps of paper of varying importance. While we cannot (and should not) hold on to everything, understanding which documents should be kept secure and safe and which documents can be replaced or are unnecessary […]

Extension to File Company’s Annual Report

Still haven’t filed for your Florida based company’s annual report? That’s ok! This year, Due to the concerns over the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, the Florida Division of Corporations has given you an extension until June 30, 2020 to file your annual reports without any late penalties or fees.

Sarah S. AuMiller Receives Florida Board Certification in Elder Law

June 2019 - Sarah S. AuMiller, a partner with the Law Offices of Hoyt & Bryan, was recognized as a Board Certified Specialist in Elder Law. Certification is The Florida Bar’s highest level of evaluation of the competency and experience of attorneys in the 24 areas of law approved for certification by the Supreme Court of Florida.

Peggy Hoyt Receives National Certification as a Certified Pet Loss Professional

Local estate planning, elder law attorney and animal advocate, Peggy Hoyt has completed the PLPA College and the requirements to be named as a Certified Pet Loss Professional by the Pet Loss Professionals Alliance. The PLPA Certification included training on topics such as ethics, grief management, and customer service. The curriculum promotes the highest standards […]