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Monthly Archives: April 2021

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Key Sections Of A Florida Designation Of Health Care Surrogate Form

By Laurie R. Chane |

When you think about the concept of civil rights, your mind probably turns to freedom of speech, protection from discrimination, and other basic constitutional principles. You probably do not expect these issues to touch upon estate planning, but Florida lawmakers take a different view: The Florida statute on Health Care Advance Directives actually falls… Read More »

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4 Important Points To Include In Your Florida Parenting Plan

By Laurie R. Chane |

Some of the most contentious disputes in a Florida divorce  involve child custody and timesharing, but parents are allowed – and even encouraged – to work out the details by agreement. If they are able to reach a consensus, the Florida statute on parenting and time-sharing requires the parties address decision-making responsibilities and the… Read More »

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Florida’s Five Wishes Approach To Planning For Incapacity

By Laurie R. Chane |

The majority of Floridians recognize the importance of creating an estate plan that instructs loved ones on final affairs at death; however, many are unfamiliar with their options for incapacity and end-of-life care. Without proper documentation in place, your loved ones ill equipped  to handle health and well-being decisions if you are unable to… Read More »

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Guardianship for an Elderly Family Member

By Laurie R. Chane |

You may not give much thought to your loved ones’ need for assistance as they grow older, but statistics indicate that the topic of guardianship may come up in the future. US Census Bureau figures reveal that the nation’s elderly population has expanded considerably since 2010, with the 65+ age group growing by 34.2… Read More »

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