October 2014 Archives

In Florida, what makes a Power of Attorney "Durable"?

Estate planning lawyers often use the term "Durable Power of Attorney" and although many people know what a Power of Attorney ("POA") is, they often do not understand what it means to say that the POA is "Durable." 

In Florida, if a person uses funds in a joint account, can use of those funds amount to elder exploitation?

This is another in a series of blog discussions of Florida's recently enacted changes to Chapter 825, Fla. Stat. which addresses exploitation of an elderly person or of a disabled adult. Elder attorneys often face quetions about the use of funds held in joint accounts.

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