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In This Day & Age, Are Original Documents Even Necessary?

We are in the technological age. Many of us don’t ever think about keeping physical copies of documents that we have in electronic form. For example, do you have a physical photograph of last Christmas with the family? I know I don’t. I have a digital image on my phone (more like my husband’s phone,

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Financial Wellness Month

What is a Financial Wellness Program? According to Lee Eliav, digital marketing manager of HelloWallet, “Financial Wellness” may mean one thing to employees and another to their employers. Employers see financial wellness programs as practices that guide employee behavior and create positive productivity. Employees, on the other hand, see Financial Wellness Programs as those which

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There Are Only Two Things That Are Certain: Death And Taxes.

“In This World, Nothing Can Be Said To Be Certain, Except Death and Taxes” – Ben Franklin But short term, we are much more likely to become incapacitated than to die. So what does it mean to be incapacitated? It means that we can not make our own financial or health-related decisions. This may be

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Outline of Florida Will Requirements to Open a Florida Probate Estate

I often get asked, “Is my out-of-state Will good in Florida.” Sorry to be lawyer-like, but the answer is “It depends.” In Florida, a Will has to be (1) signed by the testator; (2) in the presence of two witnesses over the age of 18 who also sign the Will; and (3) all three signatures

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