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Post-Irma Recovery: 8 Steps to Protect Yourself Legally

I watched the destruction caused by Hurricane Irma from a distance, but not without pain. My residence was underwater, and neighbors and pets who stayed behind were evacuated by boat, one by one. Obviously, there is much to do, but what is key from the legal side? I can share with you the eight things in my mind this week as I deal with this “inconvenience.” 1. Contact your insurance agents. Reach out to your […]

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What to Consider When Planning for Natural Disaster

Our hearts and prayers go out to the hundreds of thousands of people whose lives have been devastated by Hurricane Harvey. The devastation is almost inconceivable, and we often like to think that crises like this are isolated incidents that won’t happen to us. In Florida, we know that how well you weather a storm depends on how ready you are beforehand. However, personal and financial emergencies come in many forms, not just natural disasters, […]

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Keep It Simple: Estate Planning in 3 Easy Steps

There is a common misconception that estate planning must be a complicated, costly, and time-consuming process. Many people avoid the estate planning process until they encounter a serious health problem, a time when they should be focused on healing or spending time with family. Still others never get around to it at all, leaving it up to loved ones and the court system to determine their final wishes. But the truth is that everyone can […]

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