A Few Seats Still Available for Free Lunch & Learn Program on Dec. 6 in Gainesville

If you’re 55 or older, you’ve probably seen what happens as your parents age. Chronic illnesses can linger, creating the need for long-term care that can last for decades. The decline is emotionally and physically taxing for all concerned, but it’s the financial consequences that leave the most lasting scars. Perhaps the family nest egg was spent on nursing home costs. Maybe the responsibility for providing or paying for care fell to you. Maybe you sacrificed your own financial well-being in the process. If you watched elderly loved ones experience financial devastation --and you want to avoid the same fate—you won’t want to miss this FREE lunchtime presentation co-sponsored by The Cason Gro

Join us for Holiday Celebrations Today

Kimbrough Law staff members will be on hand at two holiday events this evening. Attorney Kim Kimbrough and Elder Care Coordinator Bre Simmons will be attending the Festival of Trees at Avery Place. Kimbrough Law staff members decorated one of the trees on display at this event. At the Spirit of Light Celebration at Gardens of Gainesville, Attorney Bayli Fields will be attending. Kimbrough Law is providing one of the door prizes for this event. We hope to see you there!

It's Not Too Later to Register for Free Lunch & Learn Program on Dec. 6 in Gainesville

If you’re 55 or older, you’ve probably seen what happens as your parents age. Chronic illnesses can linger, creating the need for long-term care that can last for decades. The decline is emotionally and physically taxing for all concerned, but it’s the financial consequences that leave the most lasting scars. Perhaps the family nest egg was spent on nursing home costs. Maybe the responsibility for providing or paying for care fell to you. Maybe you sacrificed your own financial well-being in the process. If you watched elderly loved ones experience financial devastation --and you want to avoid the same fate—you won’t want to miss this FREE lunchtime presentation co-sponsored by The Cason Gro

Disinheriting a Child

Disinheriting a child is a major decision. If you're thinking about taking this action, there are a few things you need to know. Attorney Bayli Fields explains.

In Gratitude on Thanksgiving Day

On this Thanksgiving Day, we pause to express our gratitude to the clients who have placed their confidence in us, to our families who are always there for us, to the veterans who have fought and died to protect us, and to our Heavenly Father who watches over us. We love you all. From our family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving.

Learn How to Plan for Long-Term Care at Free Lunch & Learn Program on Dec. 6 in Gainesville

If you’re 55 or older, you’ve probably seen what happens as your parents age. Chronic illnesses can linger, creating the need for long-term care that can last for decades. The decline is emotionally and physically taxing for all concerned, but it’s the financial consequences that leave the most lasting scars. Perhaps the family nest egg was spent on nursing home costs. Maybe the responsibility for providing or paying for care fell to you. Maybe you sacrificed your own financial well-being in the process. If you watched elderly loved ones experience financial devastation --and you want to avoid the same fate—you won’t want to miss this FREE lunchtime presentation co-sponsored by The Cason Gro

Learn How to Plan for Long-Term Care at Free Lunch & Learn Program on Dec. 6 in Gainesville

If you’re 55 or older, you’ve probably seen what happens as your parents age. Chronic illnesses can linger, creating the need for long-term care that can last for decades. The decline is emotionally and physically taxing for all concerned, but it’s the financial consequences that leave the most lasting scars. Perhaps the family nest egg was spent on nursing home costs. Maybe the responsibility for providing or paying for care fell to you. Maybe you sacrificed your own financial well-being in the process. Attorney Kim Kimbrough talks about the reality of paying for long-term care in this recent video. If you watched elderly loved ones experience financial devastation --and you want to avoid t

Providing Customized Comfort

Many people who come to Kimbrough Law are seeking help qualifying for VA benefits or Medicaid. It doesn't take them long to realize that getting the money to pay for a loved one's long-care is only half the battle. Attorney Kim Kimbrough talks about the rest of the problem and how his firm helps families solve it.

Kimbrough Law Offers Continuing Education Programs for Professionals

Did you know that Kimbrough Law offers continuing education for programs for Social Workers, Nurses and Case Managers. These programs make it easy to keep up with required CEUs. If you work in one of these professions, the attorneys and care coordinators at Kimbrough Law are equipped to deliver the following programs: Public Benefits Jeopardy for Social Workers, Nurses and Case Managers Test your knowledge of public benefits in this fun and informative program that will help you better assist the patients and families you serve. Four Trusts and a Funeral What do healthcare providers need to know about Trusts and Probate? This program explains. ​ We Need to Talk Find out what you can do to en

Learn How to Plan for Long-Term Care at Free Lunch & Learn Program on Dec. 6 in Gainesville

If you’re 55 or older, you’ve probably seen what happens as your parents age. Chronic illnesses can linger, creating the need for long-term care that can last for decades. The decline is emotionally and physically taxing for all concerned, but it’s the financial consequences that leave the most lasting scars. Perhaps the family nest egg was spent on nursing home costs. Maybe the responsibility for providing or paying for care fell to you. Maybe you sacrificed your own financial well-being in the process. If you watched elderly loved ones experience financial devastation --and you want to avoid the same fate—you won’t want to miss this FREE lunchtime presentation co-sponsored by The Cason Gro

How an Elder Care Coordinator Can Help You

How can an elder care coordinator help your loved one and those responsible for his or her care? Bre Simmons, a former long-term care facility executive who serves in the elder care coordinator role at Kimbrough Law, explains the benefits.

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