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Do I need a power of attorney?

A power of attorney allows another to make financial and health decisions at times when you are unable. This could be due to injuries suffered during an accident or while battling a disease. It is often impossible to predict when an individual would need an agent to act on his or her behalf. As such, it is wise to have power of attorney documents as part of a well-balanced estate plan.

Those who do not yet have one likely have questions. This post addresses some of the more common questions that involve power of attorney documents.

The importance of keeping your estate plan up to date

It’s truly never too early to start planning for the future. Many people in Florida hold the misconception that estate planning is only for married people in their 40s or 50s with children and a house. On the contrary, even young, single people with no dependents should start considering their long-term goals and implement those into a comprehensive estate plan.

Once you’ve taken the step of creating an estate plan, the work does not stop there. It’s important to keep estate planning documents relevant to a person’s changing lifestyle and circumstances.

What's nesting? 3 ways it can benefit your family after divorce

You and your spouse have decided to call it quits on the marriage. You've hired an attorney and are ready to begin the emotionally and mentally draining divorce process. But what about your kids? How do you make this transition easier for them? Nesting may be good solution. 

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