Which Power of Attorney Is Right for You?

It’s recommended that your comprehensive estate plan include at least one power of attorney. But, there are several documents that include “power of attorney” in the title. Legal documents that have similar names may have very different purposes and consequences. It’s important to know a little about powers of attorney to make sure you choose the right one for you. Florida Power of Attorney Law. The basic power of Read More

How Divorce Affects Your Estate Plans

Divorce rates for people age 50 and older are rising. In fact, the divorce rate for people over age 65, nicknamed “gray divorce”, has almost tripled since 1990. Going through a divorce causes cataclysmic changes in every aspect of a person’s life, including where they will live and what possessions they will keep. Divorce even affects estate plans from the moment the divorce petition is filed until the ink dries on Read More