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Reasons To Consider Changing Your Florida Power Of Attorney

By Laurie R. Chane |

As you probably recall from when you originally created your Florida estate plan, it is important to review your documentation and decisions periodically. Changes in your life, family, employment, and even estate planning laws might necessitate modifications over time. However, while many people focus on their will or trust, you should also review the… Read More »

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Debunking Myths About Powers Of Attorney

By Laurie R. Chane |

Powers of attorney are a fundamental component of any estate plan, but many Floridians do not fully grasp their role and function. A power of attorney is a document executed by a person,  known as the principal, who names a another person to serve as agent and handle decision-making under specifically designated circumstances. These… Read More »

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I Have A Living Trust: Do I Need A Florida Durable Power Of Attorney?

By Laurie R. Chane |

Like many people who executed a living trust as part of their Florida estate plan, you were probably attracted to the numerous benefits. Privacy, avoiding probate, asset protection, and providing rules on distributions to beneficiaries are just a few of the reasons individuals opt for a revocable trust. However, Florida law also empowers a… Read More »

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5 Key Sections of a Florida Health Care Power of Attorney

By Laurie R. Chane |

Though you may appreciate the importance of creating a will, many people overlook another key document in an estate plan: A Florida Designation of a Health Care Surrogate, sometimes referred to as a health care power of attorney. This document allows you to appoint a person to make health-related decisions on your behalf if… Read More »

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