Tag Archives: Durable Power of Attorney

Estate Planning for Family Members with Special Needs

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Planning for the future of one’s family after death requires considerable thought about what arrangement would be best for each person individually and the group overall. Certainly, estate plans can take a number of forms, which allows anyone a good amount of flexibility when deciding which alternative to choose. However, this process quickly becomes… Read More »

Using a Power of Attorney to Protect a Person’s Finance

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Parents derive a lot of pride and satisfaction in watching their children grow into independent and self-sufficient adults. This process includes a number of steps and transitions along the way, and at some point, the parent must take on a different role in their child’s life and in society. This societal shift comes when… Read More »

Powers of Attorney and How They Fit into Your Estate Plan

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One of the key benefits to becoming a legal adult is the ability to make your own decisions and enter into legally binding agreements. Prior to reaching this life stage, a person is not permitted to things like buy a car, open a bank account, or make health care decisions without the consent of… Read More »

New Law Outlines Access to Online Accounts of the Deceased

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Until relatively recently, important documents, like wills and trusts, were commonly kept in home safes or bank safety deposit boxes to protect the information from theft, destruction or alteration. A person might have also opted to keep duplicate copies in different locations as a failsafe. However, as technology and people become more and more… Read More »

Duties of a Personal Representative in Probate Proceedings

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When a person dies it is not uncommon for loved ones to have questions about how to handle and distribute the deceased’s property according to the terms of a will or trust, or under Florida law for those dying without wills, or intestate. Most estates must enter a process called probate in order to… Read More »

Estate Planning for Same-Sex Couples

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In January, Florida became the 36th state to legalize marriage for same-sex couples. More recently, the United States Supreme Court held that same-sex couples have the constitutional right to marry. (Obergefell v. Hodges (2015) 772 F.3d 388, 576 U.S. ____). All people who are married, whether of the same or opposite sex, need to… Read More »

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