WHAT IS A MEDICAL POWER OF ATTORNEY? The medical power of attorney is known as a designation of health care surrogate. This is an extremely important document since it is going to authorize the chosen individual(s) to act on your behalf in a time of medical emergency. You are authorizing this individual to review your […]read more
WHAT IS A FLORIDA LIVING WILL? A Florida living will is an advance directive that makes clear your wishes regarding life prolonging measures. For the Florida living will to be used, you first must be in either a persistent vegetative state, end-stage condition or terminally ill with your physicians in agreement that there isn’t more […]read more
As a parent of minor children (minors being children under the age of majority – 18 years old) you are used to making most, if not all decisions, on their behalf. However, when your child reaches the age of 18, the law views them as an adult. This means that you will no longer have […]read more
Estate planning is the process of planning ahead for how your assets will be managed in the event of your own incapacity or death. When it comes to estate planning, no one plan fits all – each person has their own unique goals in mind and their plan should be tailored to their specific objectives. […]read more
Covid-19 or the Coronavirus is causing many to panic (and rightfully so). So many Americans want to be prepared for the unforeseen more so now than ever – stocking up on food, supplies, revisiting their finances and looking into estate planning. At a minimum, it seems as though the incapacity documents are top of mind […]read more
In 1984, Congress issued a resolution, signed by President Reagan, establishing March 21st as National Single Parent Day: a day devoted to recognizing the dedication of single parents, who make self-sacrificial efforts to care for their children’s needs, and encouraging family members, friends, and communities to help provide an optimal environment for their children. As […]read more
Completing your Florida estate plan is still possible while also respecting social distancing. Introducing virtual estate planning. Done in 4 steps: 1️⃣Email your first & last name to Team@llfplan.com. A link to an online intake form will be emailed to you. 2️⃣A virtual meeting will be scheduled (telephonic & video available). 3️⃣Your estate plan will […]read more
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