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Business Attorney Discusses Sales Tax For Out Of State Sales

With the advances in modern technology, especially the internet, it has become much easier for Florida businesses to sell their goods. This is true not only throughout the State of Florida but also in other States.  This raises a question of who is responsible for paying the sales tax on those out of state sales,…

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Estate Planning For Stepchildren: What You Need To Know

Living life together as a blended family takes a lot of healthy communication to make things work. Part of that conversation should be how children from previous marriages will be financially supported in the event of either spouse passing away. Estate planning for stepchildren differs from biological children so it is important to discuss their…

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5 Misunderstandings About A Power Of Attorney

When you are unfamiliar with the details of a profession in a foreign industry, it’s easy to get confused with terminology. However, there are certain industries that have a direct impact on our lives, meaning that we still need to have a basic understanding of the jargon. A power of attorney is an example of…

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What Are The Responsibilities Of A Healthcare Surrogate?

If there is one thing that we can’t guarantee in life, it’s everlasting health and youth. At some point in most people’s lives, age will catch up with our lifestyle and the spring in our step will be significantly less bouncy. In these circumstances, having a healthcare surrogate is a great advantage. Ensuring that you…

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Estate Planning For Young Adults

Many people think that estate planning is only for the rich or elderly. It’s also easy to think that estate planning for young adults is a waste of time because of a perceived lack of assets, but chances are you have more financial assets than you know. In reality, estate planning is about so much…

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The Importance Of Estate Planning & Special Needs Children

Estate planning can be an emotional task for any family. It is, however, an important step for the future of your family, especially when your dependents have special needs. Don’t procrastinate. Part of estate planning is getting it done before it becomes necessary so that your loved ones aren’t burdened with handling this overwhelming task…

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A Probate Attorney Discusses Handwritten Wills

Earlier this year, three handwritten documents which seem to have been written by Aretha Franklin were found. The documents are suspected to be wills, and their appearance has thrown a wrench into the works of the estate probate court proceedings. Are these documents valid under state law? How do they affect probate? Is a probate…

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Foreclosure Defense Attorney Discusses The Impact Of Another Recession On Real Estate

Everyone remembers the devastating effects of the 2008 housing market crash. Now, after 10 years, many people are beginning to question if another recession can be expected soon and how that will affect real estate. Combine this with changing interest rates, threats of tariffs, and U.S. Treasury bond yield curve inversion and you have many…

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Real Estate Attorney Breaks Down Property Taxes

Florida’s property taxes can be a little complicated to understand if you’re not familiar with the property market in the area. Tax laws in Florida differ from other countries because there is no personal income tax that is charged. If you’re looking to buy property in Florida for the first time, it would be helpful…

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Estate Planning Basics – Does My Will Carry Across Other States?

Retiring in the Sunshine State is a dream come true for many people. The hassle of transferring documents like your driver’s license, bank information, and voter registration, make it common for new residents to overlook changes they may need to make to guarantee their will carries across state lines. Typically, if your will was legal…

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