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February 2019 Archives

When testamentary capacity comes into question in estate planning

All people make questionable decisions every once in a while. When it comes to estate planning in Florida though, the law has very definitive rules regarding capacity when writing wills, appointing guardians for children, entering into contracts and giving informed consent for medical treatment. Although medical testimony is important when making a determination regarding a person's competency in these cases, the final decision is a legal one.

Property division among high-net worth couples in Florida

Couples with well-padded bank accounts often have added headaches when going through divorces. High-net worth couples in Florida often have much wealth wrapped up in commodities like stocks. Complications can arise in divorce cases when it comes to the valuation of those commodities. Not only can the process be involved, but those assets can be difficult to quantify.

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