20Dec, 2017

A Quick Guide to the Power of Attorney

December 20th, 2017|Estate Planning|

Florida Estate Planning Lawyers Explain the Basics of Power of Attorney

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A power of attorney (POA) is a legal document that allows you to authorize someone else to act on your behalf in medical or financial matters. There are two main types of POAs, financial and medical, and both can be an important part of planning for the unexpected.

Understanding a Jacksonville Power of Attorney

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30Nov, 2017

Lessons to Learn from Celebrity Estate Plans

November 30th, 2017|Estate Planning|

Florida Estate Planning Attorneys Take a Look at Celebrity Estate Plans

celebrity estate planEstate planning may not be the first thing you think of when it comes to celebrities like Hugh Hefner, Philip Seymour Hoffman, or the Artist Formerly Known As Prince. However, if you take a look at different celebrity estate plans, you could learn a few lessons.

You Risk Bigger Problems If You Don’t Plan

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17Nov, 2017

Tips for Revising an Estate Plan After a Divorce

November 17th, 2017|Estate Planning|

Florida Divorce Attorneys Helping with Estate Plan Revisions

estate plan revision to willNo one gets married with an eye toward someday getting divorced, but when a divorce occurs, you’ll need to make a new estate plan. If you don’t update your estate plan, your money and assets could very likely end up in the wrong hands. If you have been divorced from your spouse, here’s what you need […]

6Nov, 2017

You Are Named the Executor, Now What?

November 6th, 2017|Estate Planning|

Estate Planning Lawyers in Jacksonville Helping Executors

ExecutorIf you’ve been named the executor of a loved one’s will, you may be feeling bewildered and overwhelmed. What are your duties as an executor, and how do you go about carrying them out? Here are some things you can expect to happen and duties you will be responsible for if you have been named the executor.

First Steps to Take

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13Oct, 2017

What Happens If I Don’t Have a Will When I Die?

October 13th, 2017|Estate Planning|

WillWe have enough on our plates each day without the additional worry of what happens to our things when we die. Because of this, people often think it’s easier to just ignore estate planning. However, if you don’t have a will, your family members could end up facing unnecessary consequences. If you think it might be easier to take a chance and not have a will, here […]