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Understanding the Types of Power of Attorney

Often abbreviated “POA”, a power of attorney is a document used in estate planning to appoint a person or entity to manage your interests. This agent, by right of the POA has the legal authority to make decisions on your behalf regarding matters outlined in the document. 5 Types of Power of Attorney There are...

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Basics of Estate Planning in Florida

Let’s face it: nobody wants to reflect on their own mortality. Preparing for the end of life can be a difficult process, but that doesn’t make it any less important. We’ll discuss the basics of estate planning in florida. Estate planning is crucial for protecting your wishes and transferring your assets after you die. Despite...

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Remote Notarization of Estate Documents Begins

On July 1, 2020, remote online notarization of wills and estate documents will go into effect in Florida. See Florida Ch. Sec. 117.201 et seq. Remote online notarization has already been in effect for other types of legal documents. In the past, ensuring the validity of estate documents required the physical presence of a certified...

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Seniors Got Swag

“In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count.It’s the life in your years.” – Abraham Lincoln It is important to live our lives to the fullest and to embrace all that life has to offer. This is true for any age at any time. Tomorrow is National Senior Citizens Day. It’s...

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No Pants Required!

Remote Notarization Coming to Florida If you enjoy working from home in the comfort of your pajamas, add notary service and real estate transactions to the list of tasks that can now be accomplished remotely, via video conference, without putting on your pants. Florida has now joined many other states in allowing the user of...