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Category Archives: COVID-19

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Panel Recommends Ending Ban on Nursing Home Visitation

By Eric Millhorn |

A task force has recommended that Governor DeSantis allow the ban on visitation at Florida’s long-term care facilities to expire this September. The Task Force on the Safe and Limited Re-Opening of Long Term Care Facilities issued its recommendations last week, though it is up to the Governor to ultimately approve the reopening. Nursing… Read More »

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New Bill Proposed to Protect Seniors from COVID-19 Scams

By Eric Millhorn |

According to Fox News, Senators Jerry Moran and Amy Klobuchar have introduced a bipartisan bill to protect seniors from scams during the COVID-19 pandemic. The bill is titled “The Protecting Seniors from Emergency Scams Act.” The bill has modest ambitions. It will direct the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to add new information to its… Read More »

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Can a Nursing Home Take Your Stimulus Check?

By Eric Millhorn |

As part of the CARES Act, Congress provided an economic stimulus payment of $1,200 for most adults. This money is designed to help people during the economic downturn and to stimulate the economy. There was no minimum gross income to qualify, so many elderly should have received a check. If the government has someone’s… Read More »

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Tending to Your Mental Health During the Pandemic

By Eric Millhorn |

For many seniors, isolation is a serious problem at any time of the year. The ongoing coronavirus pandemic, however, has worsened the effects of isolation. Because seniors are the group most at risk of the novel coronavirus, many have limited seeing their families and postponed trips. Consequently, they could be feeling intense isolation. Below,… Read More »

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CHANGES DUE TO COVID-19 (aka Coronavirus)

By Eric Millhorn |

Our Firm is still open and we are available for our Clients and their Families; however, to comply with health recommendations we are encouraging consultations by phone, video conferences and/or email. PLEASE NOTE: until Monday, May 4th, this location will not be available for non-emergency Client appointments. This decision was made to limit exposure… Read More »

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Coronavirus and Seniors

By Eric Millhorn |

The novel coronavirus that is shutting down the country is certainly cause for concern. And seniors are definitely at risk of not only catching the virus but also ending up hospitalized. At Millhorn Elder Law Planning Group, we work with our clients to come up with solutions to legal problems. Many people in The… Read More »

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Estate Planning & the Coronavirus

By Eric Millhorn |

A new coronavirus has caused a global pandemic, and thousands of Americans have already been infected. This virus is a clear threat to The Villages, which has one of the oldest populations in Florida. Now is the time for those without an estate plan to meet with a qualified attorney to discuss their options…. Read More »

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Changes due to COVID-19 (aka Coronavirus)

By Eric Millhorn |

Our Firm is still open and we are available for our Clients and their Families; however, to comply with health recommendations we are encouraging consultations by phone, video conferences and/or email.   PLEASE NOTE: until Monday, April 20, 2020, this location will not be available for non-emergency Client appointments. This decision was made to limit exposure of… Read More »

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Our Office Remains Open for Business During the COVID-19 Threat

By Eric Millhorn |

During the COVID-19 threat, our office remains open for business; however, our clients, community friends, and staff are our primary concern. To ensure everyone is protected while obtaining necessary elder law and long-term care services, we are scheduling all consultations and meetings via telephone through April 13, 2020. If you have the ability, please… Read More »

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