10Mar, 2022

How Important Is a Power of Attorney in Florida?

March 10th, 2022|Wills and Trust|

A Power of Attorney case in Florida.With a power of attorney, you can appoint someone to act on your behalf. This powerful legal document is important because you still maintain control over your life, but you have a plan if you need someone to make decisions for you. In this blog, we will discuss the different types of powers of attorney and why having one is important.

If […]

22Feb, 2022

What Are The Common Probate Questions in Florida?

February 22nd, 2022|Probate|

A client asking the common probate questions in Florida.After a loved one dies, you may be wondering about probate. What is it? Do you need to do it? Who can help you? These common probate questions might leave you feeling overwhelmed during your time of grief.

We’ve compiled a list of common Florida probate questions and answers to help you understand the legal process ahead.

Florida Probate Common Questions

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10Feb, 2022

Understanding the Importance of a Will and Living Trust

February 10th, 2022|Wills and Trust|

Discussing about the importance of will and living trust.Wills and living trusts are two common estate planning tools you can use to transfer assets to loved ones. The importance of a will and a living trust is that they provide a clear, enforceable way to provide for your family and plan your legacy.

Let’s explore the difference between a will and living trust so you can decide which […]

22Jan, 2022

Do Guardians Have the Legal Authority to Sign a DNR for a Ward?

January 22nd, 2022|Guardianship|

A guardian having a hard time to sign a DNR. Being a guardian is an enormous responsibility that requires making some challenging decisions. Each state has its own rules regarding what guardians can do, including the legal rights to sign a Do Not Resuscitate order (DNR) for a ward (the incapacitated person). Florida guardians have the right to sign a DNR on behalf of a ward, but […]

10Jan, 2022

What You Should Know About Conditional Gifts in Estate Planning

January 10th, 2022|Estate Planning|

Conditional gifts in estate planning.When creating your estate plan, one of the most significant decisions is choosing who receives your assets and property. Not only do you select the beneficiaries, but you can go a step further and require that the beneficiary meet certain conditions. This is known as conditional gifting.

Conditional gifts in estate planning allow the testator (the person creating the will) to still exercise some […]