For many the month of October brings to mind Halloween or haunted theme park adventures, scary movies, fall weather and pumpkin spice everything. Yet, what most don’t know is that one week in October has been designated by a House Resolution as National Estate Planning Awareness Week (starts October 21st). Even Congress has recognized the […]read more
Having a valid and up-to-date power of attorney is an essential part of an estate plan. However, many people fail to draft a power of attorney, or they make errors when doing so because of some common misconceptions. Such misconceptions can include the following, and to discuss your specific situation, contact our Florida estate planning […]read more
Trusts are legal tools that can serve many purposes, especially when it comes to asset protection and estate planning. However, there are many types of trusts available, each with its own requirements and benefits. The following is some brief information about different types of trusts that may help with your estate planning goals. Always discuss […]read more
For many, the idea of discussing estate planning is emotional and the process may seem difficult. This is understandable since making the decision to move forward with planning requires us to face the fact that we will not live forever. Our own mortality tends to lead to many individuals avoiding the topic all together and […]read more
Most people tend to think of wills or trusts when they hear or read about estate planning. While a will or trust may be appropriate in achieving your specific goals, there are three other estate planning documents that everyone should consider including in their plan: A Living Will A Designation of Healthcare Surrogate (sometimes referred […]read more
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