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November 2013 Archives

Good planning for kids' future important for Florida parents

When many people think of estate planning, they think of those documents needed to distribute their property, and possibly those that concern their own medical care. However for people with minor children, distribution of assets is not the only consideration, and probably not even the most important.

Daytona residents learn about advance directives at lunch

Haven Hospice presented a learning opportunity for residents of Florida's Central East Coast on a recent Wednesday. The lecture and lunch was held at the Palm Coast Community Center, and the event was free with pre-registration.

Unmarried Florida couples need to plan to avoid probate problems

All residents of Florida should think about what may happen in the event of their incapacity or death. Planning and having the appropriate legal documents to ensure that one's wishes are followed is something everyone should do. It is especially important for couples who, for whatever reason, do not have the legal protection of marriage.

Florida parents need estate plan to protect their families

Planning for one's death is never a pleasant exercise; the contemplation of one's mortality can be a frightening thing. However, it is a necessary precaution for Floridians to take, especially if they are parents.