A: It is unlikely that she will lose the home. She has certain rights to a spousal share of his estate regardless of the surviving children or the title to the home. She would certainly benefit from speaking with a local probate attorney who can assist her in protecting her interest.
A: The quick answer is likely no. If someone has executed and filed a quitclaim deed, they have no interest left to sell. Any buyer is going to review title to the property and not accept deed from the parent.
A: Good morning, Florida is an "at-will" state (with a few limited exceptions). Depending on the size of the employer, you may be subject to FMLA protections. Otherwise, unless there is an employment contract in place, an employee can quit at any time and an employer can fire an employee at any time. Unless the reason for the firing is illegal, such as a protected class or whistleblower protection, you can be fired while on sick leave.
A: Generally, if you are "advising others regarding investment decisions for compensation" you are regulated by the SEC as an investment advisor and subject to oversight and registration with the SEC. There are exemptions, for example, a "Family Office" is not required to register. However, all investors and owners in a Family Office must be actual family and friends would be excluded.