25Sep, 2017

5 Reasons You Might Need to Change Your Estate Plan

September 25th, 2017|Estate Planning|

Estate planning Beneficiaries and BequestsAn estate plan isn’t something you can make once and then forget about. You need to update your estate plan regularly to make sure it’s compliant with changes in statute as well as with changes in your personal needs. Here are 5 reasons you might need to update your Florida estate plan.

1. The Law Has Changed

Lawmakers are constantly reviewing and […]

28Aug, 2017

6 Events That Call for an Update to Your Estate Plan

August 28th, 2017|Estate Planning|

estate planningOur lives change as we do. We grow, we learn new things, we pass major life milestones such as marriage, divorce, or the birth of a child. At each step, having an estate plan can help protect you and those you love. And at each subsequent step, ensuring your estate plan still meets your needs is essential as well.

Your estate plan at age 30 will be […]

31Jul, 2017

How to Make an Estate Plan Work for You

July 31st, 2017|Estate Planning|

Experienced attorneys Assisting Jacksonville Families with Estate Plans

Estate Planning WorksheetEstate plans are meant to work for you and your loved ones, but only if drafted properly.

By educating yourself on the estate plan process and purpose, you are better prepared to create an estate plan that truly works for you and your loved ones. Naturally, you must consult an attorney to complete your estate plan. An attorney […]

26Jun, 2017

What is a Power of Attorney and When Do I Use it?

June 26th, 2017|Estate Planning|

Estate Planning Attorneys Helping Families across Florida with POA Documents

Power Of Attorney paperworkA power of attorney (POA) is a legal document that gives authority to one person from another. The individual making the POA is referred to as the “principal, ” and he or she grants an agent the right to make decisions on his or her behalf. The language in the POA determines the extent […]

13Apr, 2017

Beneficiaries and Bequests: What Does That Mean for Your Estate Plan?

April 13th, 2017|Estate Planning|

Florida Estate Plans and Beneficiaries Attorney

Estate planning Beneficiaries and BequestsDuring the estate planning process, you will have plenty of terms thrown your way. While preparing your estate documents, you will designate a beneficiary. A beneficiary is a person who receives your assets upon your death. The beneficiary, however, is not the bequest.

Instead, a bequest is a gift of your personal property and assets that you pass […]