Law Office of Brian W. Hurd

Law Office of Brian W. Hurd

Estate, Divorce & Family Law, Guardianships & Conservatorships

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  • Firm Year: 2008
  • Office Hour: Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Brian William Hurd

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Wills & Probate, Estate Planning, Guardianships & Conservatorships, Divorce, Family Law

Brian W. Hurd believes in strong representation and personal attention for each client. Mr. Hurd will defend your rights and interests to the full extent of the law.

Your case deserves personal attention. That is exactly what you will receive at our firm.

We understand the law, court procedures and what steps to take in your case. We will effectively guide you through the process so you know what to expect the entire time.

We believe everyone should be able to have legal representation when needed. Therefore, we offer flexible fee arrangements and retainers. We also offer payment plans. We will work with you and try and get you the representation you need, when you need it most.

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  • Speaking Engagements

    -Town Hall Meeting | Estate Planning

    -Guardianship Advocacy and Special Needs Trusts | Guardianship
Hourly ($200-250/hour), Fixed (sometimes), Free consultation (60 minutes).  Cash, Check, Credit Card.

MAIN LOCATION

100 Parnell Street
Suite F
Merritt Island, FL 32953

SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Liability of Charity Motorcycle Event Organizers: No Good Deed…..
Charity rides. “Poker Runs.” Events for the motorcycling community to come together, to do what they love, and to help any number of worthy, deserving causes.
Grandparents Visitation Rights
Indiana Grandparent visitation is governed by the Indiana Grandparent Visitation Act, which sets forth the circumstances under which a grandparent may seek visitation rights with a grandchild.
A Clean Slate: Expungement of Criminal Record
Indiana law permits individuals who have been convicted of certain crimes to expunge their records after a number of years following their convictions.
Motorcycles Can Run Red Lights?
An Indiana law, effective July 2014, permits Indiana motorcyclists to pass through red light traffic signals under certain circumstances.
Pharmacy Dispensing Errors: Not What the Doctor Ordered
Have you noticed the number of pharmacies opening in your area? As the Baby-Boom Generation continues to age, there is a marked increase in the number of prescriptions being filled each day. And the number will continue to increase, with no end in sight. Retail pharmacy is big business.
THE CHALLENGES OF PLACING A PARENT IN LONG TERM CARE
Long term care (LTC) is a term that has many facets to its definition. It is comprised of a variety of services that meet medical and non-medical requirements for people who cannot care for themselves for long periods of time.
STATES BRACE FOR BABY BOOMER RETIREMENT AGE CHALLENGES
There are demographic and cultural shifts occurring in the United States. The baby boomer generation continues to “gray” the country and is changing the way individual states set budgets and health care policies.
SOLO AGING AND THE CHALLENGES IT BRINGS
For some seniors in the baby boomer generation aging brings with it new challenges in the form of solo aging. Solo aging is a senior who has no children and no younger (or healthier) family members to assist them as they age.
RESPITE CARE OPTIONS FOR CAREGIVERS
Respite care is substitute care when a caregiver needs a break. If possible, these breaks should be scheduled regularly, giving the caregiver time to rest. It can be for a short period like a day or a few hours or for the purpose of giving the caregiver a vacation. Respite care is often overlooked.
MORE STATES ASKING TO ELIMINATE RETROACTIVE MEDICAID BENEFITS
Arizona and Florida are the latest states to request a waiver from the requirement that states provide three months of retroactive Medicaid coverage to eligible Medicaid recipients.
Miranda Rights
The importance of invoking your Miranda Rights
New Jersey Gestational Carrier Agreement Act and The Teachings of In Re Baby M
It has been thirty (30) years since the New Jersey Supreme Court issued its decision on the landmark case of In Re Baby M, which banned gestational carrier agreements. In the Baby M case, William Stern entered into a surrogacy agreement with Mary Beth Whitehead, the gestational carrier.
Compliance with Custody and Parenting Time Orders
Recently, it has been widely reported that a California Court ordered Angelina Jolie to cooperate in fostering a better relationship with Brad Pitt, who is the father to her children.
Why Using the Our Family Wizard Calendar Can Help Co-Parent Better
Raising children with someone you are no longer in a relationship with will require the coordination of multiple schedules, including both parents and the child(ren).
Can I continue to get child support if our special needs child has reached adulthood?
If you are co-parenting a child with special needs, you may be wondering what will happen when your child becomes an adult. If you continue to care for your special needs child through adulthood, does the other parent still have to contribute financially? In short, it depends.
Recognizing a Toxic Ex-Spouse
A high-conflict divorce often results in a bitter ending, and a toxic ex-spouse can continue to make life miserable for you, even though your marriage is over. A toxic ex-spouse may try to punish you out of spite, making it difficult or impossible to move on with your life.
Car Accident Amputation
Every year in the United States, an estimated 32,000 people suffer from an accident that leads to a traumatic amputee injury.
USCIS Stops Issuing Paper Versions of Form G-845 Under SAVE Program
On June 1, 2018, benefit-granting agencies of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) that use the Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) Program ceased submitting paper versions of the Form G-845, Verification Request/ Prior to June 1, 2018...
Bankruptcy Attorney in Miami FL
Should I File for Bankruptcy?
USCIS Announces Sentencing in CW1 Visa Petition Fraud Case
On May 24, 2018, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published a news release discussing its efforts in the investigation of an immigration fraud case involving Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI)-Only Transitional Worker (CW1) visa petitions.