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Estate planning after a Divorce

So, you’ve gone through a divorce (and it’s probably taken an emotional toll) and you are thankful that the process is over….or is it?  Prior to your divorce, you and your spouse may have taken the time to do your estate planning.  Or perhaps you had listed your spouse as beneficiary on your life insurance and/or retirement plans?  Well, what happens after a divorce? 
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The New Florida Durable Power of Attorney statute

Among the new laws which the Florida legislature passed this session were substantial changes to the Durable Power of Attorney Statute.  A durable power of attorney (DPOA) is a document in which you appoint someone to legally act on your behalf.  Essentially, your agent steps into your shoes to handle your affairs.  Currently, DPOA’s can take effect immediately or they can be “springing” meaning
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