Teresa Morgan’s knowledgeable, practical, and timely assistance was invaluable during a most stressful time of transition in my mother’s life. Teresa was always ready to listen and her guidance made my mother’s move to long-term nursing home care as smooth as possible.
After the death of my husband in 2013, I was so thankful that my husband and I had chosen Morgan Law Center for our estate planning. The firm was not only efficient, but caring and compassionate as well. It was a blessing to have our legal and financial affairs handled in such a loving and professional manner. This allowed much needed time for our family to spend together remembering and honoring our loved one. It was a relief for the weight to be taken off of our shoulders.
-Betty Jean Daughtry
Among the many benefits of doing our estate planning with Morgan Law Center is their Legacy Protection Program. We have been clients of the firm for many years and have made a point of visiting Teresa annually to review our plans. Because we have had the freedom to tweak our plans each year, they reflect our current decisions based on today’s circumstances. And, due in large part to Teresa’s compassionate interviewing skills, we have created plans that promote our core values and give us great peace of mind. Teresa has always been fair, trustworthy, and extremely helpful to us. To put it plainly, she’s terrific!
-Sam and Karon Viviano
I have collaborated with Teresa on several large estate planning projects. Teresa brought tremendous credibility and expertise to each project. Her contributions greatly enhanced the final results to the benefit of the client. There are very few estate planning attorneys as capable as Teresa!
-Randall H. Borkus
I first met Teresa when I sought help in establishing a Living Trust. My husband had died unexpectedly and I realized how important having my affairs in order would be for my three adult children. Teresa is a pleasant, knowledgable lawyer to work with. She carefully explained that ramifications of various choices. Once I decided on a plan, she and her staff created a binder for me in which to keep all the information about my Living Trust and other end of life papers such as Power of Attorney, etc. Since I first worked with Teresa as a lawyer, I have also known her through my church. She is active in community affairs as well as church. She is always pleasant whether meeting her professionally or outside the office.
For anyone seeking advice and help with estate planning, I would highly recommend Teresa Byrd Morgan.
-Kay, a former client
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What happens if I die without a will?
Answer: If you die without a valid last will and testament, you will have relinquished to the state of Florida control over how your assets will be distributed. Florida’s law on distribution of your assets may be be markedly different from your desires.
Do I have to sell my home to be eligible for Medicaid?
Answer: No. Homes that have a value of less than $543,000 are not included when determining Medicaid eligibility.