December, 2014

Florida’s New Power of Attorney Act Eliminates Springing Powers of Attorney

December 23rd, 2014

Posted in Asset Protection,Estate & Personal Planning

A power of attorney is a written instrument pursuant to which an individual (the “principal”) grants to another (the “agent”) the authority to act on behalf of the principal, primarily for financial and business matters.  Powers of attorney and similar instruments are governed by Chapter 709 of the Florida Statutes, also known as the Florida Power of Attorney Act (FPOAA).
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Florida Gun Trusts

December 2nd, 2014

Posted in Asset Protection,General Practice

Florida Gun Trusts, also known as NFA Trusts, Class 3 Trusts, Title 2 Trusts, or Firearms Revocable Trusts, are a great way to deal with the unique issues of owning, transferring, and possessing gun suppressors, silencers, fully automatic rifles, short barreled rifles and shotguns, or other Title 2 or Class 3 weapons.  Listed below are some key benefits of a Gun Trust:
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