When a beloved relative or friend dies, the depth of grief you feel knows no limits. If the person who passed away is so close to you it’s as if a part of you is gone too, you may wonder how you will ever go on. Read more
In a sense, yes
When a person passes away, they almost always have outstanding bills from the hospital, hospice, and/or funeral home.
These bills can be costly. Experts estimate that funerals can cost up to $12,000, while hospital expenses in the last days of life can run tens of thousands more (thankfully, this is often mostly covered by insurance or Medicare). Read more
The sadly high illness and death toll of the novel coronavirus has forced everyone, even young and healthy people, to think about their end-of-life legal documents. Read more
The Law Office of Gary M. Landau, P.A.
Coral Springs, FL 33067
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Gary M. Landau, Esq.
Former Board Member and Award-Winner, Broward County Bar Association
Member of Florida and New York Bars
Certified Circuit Court and County Court Mediator