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Navigating Insurance Options and Estate Planning for Comprehensive Protection

By Paul E. Riffel |

Have you thought about the fact that as the New Year begins, it is a great time to think about and reevaluate your insurance needs? Now, be aware, this means considering a range of insurance policies beyond the standard house and auto insurance. As Florida estate planning attorneys, we know how important it is… Read More »

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6 Key Estate Planning Strategies to Embrace in the New Year

By Paul E. Riffel |

As the New Year begins, did you know that it is the perfect time to reflect on your life and make plans for your future? We realize that estate planning might not be top of mind, but it is critical to be sure your wishes are honored and your loved ones are taken care… Read More »

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Overcoming Challenges When Your Power of Attorney Fails

By Paul E. Riffel |

Do you have a Florida power of attorney? Were you aware that the Florida power of attorney (also referred to as a POA) is a powerful Florida estate planning tool? The power of attorney, which is a legal document, allows you to grant someone you trust and select the legal authority to act on… Read More »

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How to Find Help When an Aging Loved One is Suddenly at Risk During the Holidays

By Paul E. Riffel |

As you and your family begin the holiday season filled with plans of celebrations, gatherings and presents, are you concerned about your aging loved one? Have you been aware for some time of the growing fragility, slow pace and lack of self care in regard to your aging loved one and is it especially… Read More »

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Is it Possible Your Florida Estate Plan May Not Be Executed as Intended?

By Paul E. Riffel |

Were you aware of the fact that Florida estate planning is an important step in being sure that your assets are distributed according to your wishes after your passing? With Florida estate planning you are making important decisions about your finances, property, and the well-being of your loved ones. Unfortunately, even with a well-drafted… Read More »

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Ways You Can Help Family Caregivers During National Family Caregiver Month

By Paul E. Riffel |

Are you seeking ways to help the caregivers in your family? Were you aware that November is recognized as National Family Caregiver Month?  This is an opportunity for showing our appreciation for the caregivers in our family who pour their time, energy, and love into caring for a loved one. Often, our caregivers are… Read More »

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Understanding Your Entitlements, Rights, and Protections as the Beneficiary of a Trust

By Paul E. Riffel |

Are you currently the beneficiary of a Florida trust? Do you know why the trust was created and even wonder what it is? Trusts are a basic part of Florida estate planning. They offer a means to protect and manage assets for the benefit of specific individuals or entities. Trusts provide the structured framework… Read More »

Is a Power of Attorney Necessary for Married Individuals?

By Paul E. Riffel |

It’s not uncommon for couples to wonder about the extent of authority a spouse holds over their partner’s affairs, especially in the context of legal decision-making. A Florida power of attorney (POA) is a legal instrument that enables one individual to act on behalf of another, covering financial and healthcare matters. However, the assumption… Read More »


Key Ways to Include Digital Assets in Your Florida Estate Plan

By Paul E. Riffel |

In this digital age, are you aware of the increased complexity of Florida estate planning due to the growing presence of digital assets that need to be included in this planning? What are these digital assets? They are any form of content or information that exists in a digital format and holds value to… Read More »


Tips You Can Use to Support Aging Parents for a Safer Environment

By Paul E. Riffel |

As you watch your parents age, are you concerned about their risk of falling? Be aware that when Florida senior adults fall it can often cause devastating injuries, have long-term effects on their overall health and sometimes even death. However, there is good news! Most falls are preventable! By assisting your aging parents in… Read More »

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