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Boyer & Boyer Fills Over 50 Shoe Boxes for Seniors

By Leigh Barber

On November 30th, the attorneys and staff of Boyer & Boyer, P.A. got together for Shoe Boxes for Seniors, one of our favorite holiday traditions. Shoe Boxes for Seniors is an annual event facilitated by the Sarasota Herald Tribune that began in 2000 as a way to give back to needy children and seniors. Around… Continue Reading

The Three Faces of Homestead: What Every Florida Homeowner Should Know

The Three Faces of Homestead: What Every Florida Homeowner Should Know

By Leigh Barber

Homestead is an extremely complicated concept for many Floridian homeowners. However, understanding how it works can save homeowners thousands of dollars every year. To qualify a home as a Florida homestead, the homeowner must have legal or beneficial title to the home on January 1 of the year in question, and the home must be… Continue Reading

Boyer & Boyer, P.A. Partner Certified by Florida Bar in Elder Law

Boyer & Boyer, P.A. Partner Certified by Florida Bar in Elder Law

By Amanda Mattox

In September of 2016, one of the partners of Boyer & Boyer, PA., Andrew R. Boyer, Esq. was Certified by the Florida Bar in Elder Law. Certification is the highest level of evaluation by the Florida Bar of the competency and experience of attorneys in the areas of law approved for certification. The Florida Bar… Continue Reading

Andrew Boyer Awarded Circuit’s Top Pro Bono Award

Andrew Boyer Awarded Circuit’s Top Pro Bono Award

By Amanda Mattox

Sarasota, FL- Attorney Andrew Boyer of Boyer & Boyer, P.A. was awarded the Judge Robert B. Bennett, Jr. Pro Bono Excellence Award presented by Legal Aid of Manasota and the 12th Judicial Circuit on June 16, 2015. The award is the highest honor bestowed upon an attorney in the 12th Judicial Circuit for pro bono… Continue Reading

Andrew Boyer honored at Supreme Court for Pro Bono Service

Andrew Boyer honored at Supreme Court for Pro Bono Service

By Lyn Boyer

In 1994, Andrew R. Boyer traveled with his father and mother to Tallahassee where Edwin Boyer received the Florida Bar President’s Pro Bono Service Award for his work in the 12th Judicial Circuit. Andrew patiently sat through the ceremony, and afterward the Supreme Court justices let him sit on the bench. The experience made an impression. Today,… Continue Reading

How do I “get guardianship” over my father?

How do I “get guardianship” over my father?

By Andrew Boyer

Self Neglect is a serious and life threatening issue for seniors in Florida.  When we are discussing self neglect, we’re talking about an individual who is suffering from the ill effects of neglect not caused by a second party and is in need of protective services or other services to prevent further harm. Guardianship attorneys typically… Continue Reading

How do I become a Florida Resident?

How do I become a Florida Resident?

By Andrew Boyer

A question we regularly receive is “How do I become a Florida Resident”. Firstly, Florida does not have specific rules for residency.  Each case is fact specific.  So let’s start with some of the benefits retirees and other citizens seek to establish themselves as Florida Residents and then give you some ways to establish yourself… Continue Reading

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Testing a new tool for end-of-life care | HeraldTribune.com

By Andrew Boyer

The legal and ethical landscape for end-of-life issues is ever evolving.  The POLST concept or Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment has been at the forefront of this discussion in Florida among those in the medical and legal fields. The POLST aims to pick up where a living will or advance directive leaves off in that… Continue Reading

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A Very Happy Birthday Wish for Snooty the Manatee!

By Andrew Boyer

If you’ve spent any extended amount of time in the Bradenton or Sarasota area, you know that Snooty the Manatee is kind of a big deal around here.  And that’s probably well deserved.  Given his status as the oldest living manatee in captivity (possible also holds title as oldest manatee in the world), it’s no… Continue Reading

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“Free Lunch” isn’t free, so says the SEC

By Andrew Boyer

A 2007 report by the Securities and Exchange Commission reports that some 23% of sales seminars had indications of unsuitable recommendations to purchase investments while some 13% had indications of possible fraudulent practices. So while you can’t say all seminars are bad (some are very informative), it’s a good idea to check out the company… Continue Reading

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