Category: Estate Planning Law

The Secret to Self-Cancelling Installment Notes
As experienced estate planning attorneys, we at Doane & Doane spend a great deal of time understanding the many estate planning investment vehicles out there. We are also well versed [...]
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What Do Joint Tenants with Rights of Survivorship Mean?
Simply put, the answer to the question “What do joint tenants with rights of survivorship mean?” is fairly straightforward. In that question there are two basic concepts you need to [...]
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Plan Early, and Plan to Access Assets That Are In a Trust
In a strange sort of way, estate planning is like going to the gym, going on a diet, or cleaning out that back room. Those do not seem to go [...]
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What Does Incapacity Mean in Florida?
It is never a pleasant thing to consider, but you would be wise to think about how your affairs and your person should be handled if you were ever to [...]
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How Can I Benefit from an Incentive Trust?
We all know that money is a pretty powerful device. Changes in tax policy incentivize people to save or spend their money in particular ways just so they can keep [...]
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How Can You Protect Your Assets from Future Creditors?
As we age, protecting our assets is one of the things that many of us worry about most. From our real estate holdings such as our primary residence and investment [...]
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How to Change the Trustee of an Irrevocable Trust in Florida’s
More and more people are taking advantage of the estate planning benefits of trusts. A trust can provide a useful tool in which a person can designate how his or [...]
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The Secure Act: How Will the New Law Impact You?
Planning for retirement can be a challenge. We often do not think as far ahead as we should, and we often do not save as much as we should for [...]
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New Year’s Resolution – Review Your Estate Planning for 2020
We are beginning a whole new decade. There could not be a better time to think about our legacy. It is most likely you have a number of New Year’s [...]
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Sibling Squabbles – How Estate Planning Can Avoid Fights Over Inheritance
Sadly, the phrase “It’s such a shame that we can’t get along,” is something you commonly hear when adult siblings are in a lawyer’s office trying to resolve issues surrounding [...]
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