The Department of Veterans Affairs announced that has updated the way it determines eligibility for VA healthcare. The VA has eliminated the use of net worth as a determining factor for both healthcare programs and copayment responsibilities.The VA implemented the change at the beginning of 2015. This change will result in more veterans, especially those of low-income, having access to […]
On March 11, 2015, Attorney Elizabeth Allen gave a presentation on planning for individuals with special needs to the Buddy Baseball organization. Buddy Baseball is a noncompetitive recreational baseball league boys and girls with special needs located in Tampa, Florida. The presentation was held at the Omar K. Lightfoot Recreation Center in Temple Terrace. The […]
Gibbons Neuman Creditors’ Rights attorney Victor Veschio lectured at the Western Michigan University Cooley Law School Tampa Campus on Chapter 7 and 11th Circuit Bankruptcy Practice and Procedure from a Creditors’ Rights perspective in Florida. Topics included: SCOTUS consolidated Chapter 7 Lien Stripping cases of In Re: Toledo-Cordona and In Re: Caulkett (Sec. 506) set […]
On February 11, 2015, Elizabeth P. Allen gave a seminar on the basics of estate planning and long term care planning to the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute – Caregivers Playbook class, at Lake Magdelene United Methodist Church, 2902 W. Fletcher Avenue, 33618
The attorneys, staff and families of Gibbons Neuman participated in the November 1st Walk To End Alzheimer’s in Downtown Tampa. Walking with the other 1500 participants at the event, team members enjoyed the cool, windy morning route along Bayshore Boulevard. The firm raised over $4,000, within the Top 5 teams in the fight against Alzheimer’s.