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Large Firm Technology Small Firm Personality

Large Firm Technology Small Firm Personality Clarity Whether you’re going to buy groceries or hiring an attorney, costs and fees are always a concern. That is why we at Boyer Law Firm insist on a written fee agreement with you, the client. We have hourly, contingency and flat fee rates, and we offer convenient online...

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Baby Boomer Estate Planning

For the baby boomer generation, periodically evaluating your estate planning can be as important as going in for regular medical checkups.  Estate planning is one of the best ways to manage the distribution of assets bought and sold and the changing beneficiaries who may receive them.  Effective estate planning also eliminates the death tax and...

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How to Maintain Your Attorney-Client Privilege

How to Maintain Your Attorney-Client Privilege: The attorney-client privilege is a sacred thing. It provides protection to the matters you discuss with your attorney that relate to your case. However, there are ways that you as the client can break the attorney-client privilege that can be detrimental to your case. It is important for a...

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Boyer Law Firm Joins Better Business Bureau

Boyer Law Firm Joins Better Business Bureau: The Better Business Bureau (BBB), founded in 1912, is a corporation consisting of several private business franchises of local BBB organizations based in the United States and Canada, which work through their parent corporation, the Council of Better Business Bureaus (CBBB). Boyer Law Firm Joins Better Business Bureau!...

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What is a Trust and Why it is Important?

A trust is an arrangement wherein one person (the trustee) manages and holds legal title to property owned by another (the settlor or grantor) for the benefit of a third party or parties (the beneficiary). There are many different kinds of trusts, such as a testamentary trust which is a trust created by a person’s...

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Drawing a Florida Will

Any adult of sound mind is entitled to make a will. However in there are a few technical requirements a will must fulfill: • The will must be signed by at least two witnesses. The witnesses must watch you sign the will, though they don’t need to read it. Your witnesses, in most states, must...