Estate Planning for the New Year

The New Year is all about a fresh start. Along with starting a new diet and joining the gym, why not start 2016 off with an estate plan that works? This does not simply mean assessing whether or not you have estate planning in place. It also means ensuring the planning you do have is […]

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Changes in Florida’s Healthcare Surrogate Law and What They Mean for You

A Designation of Health Care Surrogate, also sometimes known as a Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare, is typically prepared as a part of a person’s overall foundational estate plan. It is a written statement indentifying the person who has authority to make healthcare decisions for the individual (the “principal”) or receive health information on […]

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