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Power of Attorney

What Can We Learn From the ‘Sex and the City’ Reboot?

And just like that, Sex and the City is coming back! A 10-episode revival will include 3 members of the original cast: Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis. Those of us “in the know”, are not surprised that Kim Cattrall won’t return to her role as Samantha Jones. I get it, she’s not […]

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What Can We Learn From Dr. Dre’s Divorce?

After 24 years of marriage, Dr. Dre (is he really a doctor?) and his soon to be ex-wife, Nicole Young, are calling it quits. Dre’s lawyer recently filed legal documents asking for a five-day trial to determine the validity of their prenuptial agreement. It appears that Young wants the prenuptial to be declared invalid as […]

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What Can We Learn From Hawaiian Princess Kawananakoa?

Did we know Hawaii had a princess? Native Hawaiians consider the 93-year-old heiress a princess because she’s a descendant of the family that ruled the islands before the overthrow of the Hawaiian kingdom in 1893. Side note, I wanna be a princess….. Abigail Kawananakoa’s $215 million trust has been tied up in a guardianship court […]

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Why Estate Planning Matters During Coronavirus and What You Can Do to Prepare

The outbreak of Coronavirus has people all over the world thinking about their advanced directives. While this topic is generally annoying to think about (adulting is annoying) and even more annoying to discuss with your loved ones, estate planning is now more than ever a critical tool that can be used to assure that your […]

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Power of Attorney – Attorney In Fact / Agent Acceptance

I was recently asked the following question from a fellow attorney, “I have general power of attorney that isn’t signed/accepted by the attorney-in-fact/agent. Doesn’t the agent have to sign it to be binding? Principal and witnesses did sign and notarize.” The answer is as follows: Section 709.2113 of the Florida Statutes states that “Except as […]

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Power of Attorney Revocation

I was recently contacted by a client going through a divorce and wondering how he can revoke his Power of Attorney (PoA) naming his soon-to-be ex wife. The typical way to revoke a PoA is to create a new one, a subsequent PoA will revoke the previous PoA. This particular client didn’t want his wife […]

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