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Monthly Archives: February 2020

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Can You Use an LLC for Your Florida Estate Planning Needs?

By Mark R. Manceri, P.A. |

Proper estate planning is important. It can help reduce potential conflicts and litigation related to your estate or trust, especially when you pass away. The idea behind estate planning is to make things easier for your loved ones in the event of your death, you don’t want to complicate matters and have your estate… Read More »

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Be Sure Your Charitable Gifts Don’t Cause Problems with Your Florida Estate Plan

By Mark R. Manceri, P.A. |

When you are considering giving to a charity, you should consider the legal ramifications of your donation and ensure that the charities you are choosing are not scams or involved in any illegal activities. Giving to charities has become a more popular aspect of estate planning. In some cases it is through charitable gifts… Read More »

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Overview of Power of Attorney Disputes in Florida

By Mark R. Manceri, P.A. |

A power of attorney is a legal document that delegates authority from the Principal (the person making the Power of Attorney) to an Agent (the person who has authority to act on the Principal’s behalf). The types of powers granted under a Power of Attorney will vary depending on the language included. You can… Read More »

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What to Know about Terminating a Florida Irrevocable Trust

By Mark R. Manceri, P.A. |

When someone sets up a Trust, the primary benefit is to serve the needs of its beneficiaries. And, the Trustee appointed has a fiduciary duty to represent the interests of those beneficiaries. If the time comes where a Trust is no longer meeting those needs or the Trust’s purpose has been achieved, then it… Read More »

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How Long Do You Have to Contest a Will in Florida?

By Mark R. Manceri, P.A. |

The time to contest a will in Florida will vary based on circumstances. Generally, the time frame can be relatively short. In general, you have 3 months after the Notice of Administration is provided by the Estate’s Personal Representative. If you have already received a formal notice of the probate proceeding before the Will… Read More »

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