Evaluating Your Estate Plan During COVID-19

All over the country, and especially in Florida, millions of families are being affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many businesses have shut down, traveling restrictions have been put in place, and safety measures have been instituted nationwide that prevent us from living our normal lives. With the possibility of infection from the virus higher...

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Will Your Heirs Mishandle Their Inheritance?

One of the most common concerns that individuals have when it comes to setting up an inheritance for their family is whether or not the funds will be spent appropriately. It is a well-known fact that there have been many instances where someone has received a financial inheritance and has spent it poorly due...

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Estate Planning for Military Families

Servicemembers have estate planning needs too.  Below are some commonly asked questions relevant to servicemembers.  Have other questions?  Let us help answer them for you. While you do have some legal services at your disposal because of your military service, sometimes the basic estate planning offered by your JAG office is not enough to carry...
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Guardianship Basics

What Is Guardianship?   When a person is no longer has the capacity to care for themselves, a guardian is appointed by the court to exercise rights on their behalf.  At that time, the incapacitated person becomes a “Ward” of the State of...
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How To Create a Valid Will in Florida

Five Common Mistakes with Do It Yourself “DIY” Estate Plans in Florida

In light of the current pandemic, many Americans are becoming aware of the importance of creating or updating their estate planning documents. With the extension of some states’ stay in place orders, it may be tempting to...

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Amending a Death Certificate

Amending a Death Certificate might be a daunting task. Amidst the emotion and grief of a loved one’s passing it may be easy to overlook the importance of what seems like a minor error on their death certificate. 

Pursuant to the provisions of...

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