Tag Archives: Durable power of attorney
Tips for Choosing a Power of Attorney
Designating an attorney-in-fact under a durable power of attorney (DPOA) is one of the most important estate planning decisions you can make. Because your attorney-in-fact will have control over your financial assets, it is imperative you choose someone you can trust. Here is what to consider when choosing your attorney-in-fact: Age and capacity: Generally, Florida […]
Should You Update Your Will When Moving to Florida?
More people moved to Florida last year than any other state. Whether they’re moving for work, for the weather or for retirement. If you already have a will or other estate planning documents in place, you might wonder whether you need to modify them once you become a Florida resident. Here are a few of […]
Springing vs. Non-Springing Powers of Attorney
There are several different types of powers of attorney you can implement in your estate plan, depending on your wishes. A couple of the terms you might hear when setting up power of attorney are “springing” and “durable” (or non-springing) power of attorney. Let’s take a closer look at what each of these terms means. […]