Anastatia Quirk Ellis’s Guides

Anastatia Quirk Ellis

Tampa Estate Planning Attorney.

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  1. My Family Member is Incapacitated, Can I get a Power of Attorney to make decisions for them?

    Written by attorney Anastatia Ellis, 8 months ago.

    A brief description on options when a family member is incapacitated and decisions must be made. My Family Member is Incapacitated, now what? If your family member is truly incapacitated, then someone

  2. Who do I go to if I suspect Elder Abuse in Florida?

    Written by attorney Anastatia Ellis, 9 months ago.

    A guide to the reporting requirements of Elder Abuse in Florida along with resources and agencies that provide assistance. What public or private agencies in Florida serve as resources when Elder Abus

  3. What Effect Will the Affordable Care Act have on Special Needs Trusts?

    Written by attorney Anastatia Ellis, 9 months ago.

    A general discussion of the effect of the ACA on future SNTs. What is a Special Needs Trust? A Special Needs Trust is a mechanism for utilizing available assets in order to improve the life of a disab

  4. When Are First Person Special Needs Trusts Appropriate?

    Written by attorney Anastatia Ellis, 9 months ago.

    A general guide to when a First Person Special Needs Trust is appropriate. What is a Special Needs Trust? A Special Needs Trust is a mechanism for utilizing available assets to improve the quality of

  5. I'll Never Be Able to Pay off My IRS Debt! What Can I Do?

    Written by attorney Anastatia Ellis, 11 months ago.

    When you have an IRS balance, you may be tempted to throw away the mail and ignore the problem, hoping that it will just go away. Unfortunately, that will only make things worse. The IRS adds interest and penalties to your balance, and the interest is compounded daily. In many ca...