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    A Letter of Instruction Can Spare Your Heirs Great Stress

    While it is important to have an updated estate plan, there is a lot of information that your heirs should know that doesn’t necessarily fit into a will, trust or other components of an estate plan. The solution is a […]

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    Married Couples Need an Estate Plan

    Don’t assume your estate will automatically go to your spouse when you die. If you don’t have an estate plan, your spouse may have to share your estate with other family members. 

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    Online Survey Helps Older Adults Assess Their Vulnerability for Financial Exploitation

    All older Americans are vulnerable to financial abuse, but there are circumstances that make someone more likely to be scammed. An online survey can help older adults assess their risk of being exploited based on how they make financial decisions. 

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    Make Sure Your Estate Plan and Other Essential Documents Are Safe from Disasters

    In the event you lose your house in a natural disaster or through another calamity, it is important that your estate planning and other important documents are beyond reach and easily retrievable. 

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    Our St. Petersburg Office Has Moved!

    We wanted to share some exciting news … we’ve moved our St. Petersburg office! Our new address is: 111 Second Avenue NE, Suite 909, St. Petersburg, FL 33701 Downtown St. Petersburg has been our firm’s “home base” for several years […]

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    The Film ‘I Care a Lot’ Highlights Vulnerabilities in the Guardianship System

    Netflix’s popular new movie, I Care a Lot, is far-fetched in a lot of ways, but it does highlight some real weaknesses in the guardianship system in certain states in our country that make it possible for an unscrupulous guardian […]

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    A Florida Estate Planning Attorney’s Take on ‘Framing Britney Spears’

    The public has become fascinated with the details revealed in “Framing Britney Spears”, a documentary by The New York Times. We have been getting questions from concerned fans regarding conservatorships (known as guardianships in Florida) and estate planning, the unique […]

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    Florida Legalizes Electronic Wills

    In some of the biggest estate planning news Florida has had in a while, electronic wills are now slated to become legal in the state on January 1st, 2020. An electronic will functions just like a traditional will except it is created, edited, signed, and authorized electronically, as the name implies.

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