Non-Attorney Medicaid Planners Cannot Give Legal Advice
What is the best way to Legally Protect Your Assets? Hire an Elder Law Attorney with deep experience in Medicaid Planning says the Unlicensed Practice of Law Committee of the Elder Law Section of the Florida Bar. Their new brochure begins with this:
“Only a licensed attorney can give you all the legal options for Medicaid Planning and asset protection. The Florida Supreme Court in 2015 advised that anyone other than a Licensed Attorney who provides legal advice about Medicaid Planning is engaged in the unlicensed practice of law. According to Florida Statute 454.23, the unlicensed practice of law is a third degree felony.”
To learn more you can download the new brochure that talks about the following topics:
- What only an Elder Law attorney can do that a non-attorney cannot do for you.
- What legal issues you need to discuss that non-attorney Medicaid Planners can not discuss with you without committing a felony
- What can happen to you if you hire a non-attorney Medicaid Planner and your Medicaid case is denied?
- Important reasons why you should only hire an Elder Law attorney with robust experience in Medicaid planning.
To download and read this vital information now just click this link now that gives you answers.