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What can I do if Grandma has no power of attorney and becomes incompetent?

Estate planning lawyers often recommend that clients establish certain key documents. Among those are a Durable Power of Attorney ("POA"). This instrument allows a person to designate an agent to act for them in the event of incapacity. 

In Florida, can I own my LLC membership interest in my Trust?

When clients execute a Living or Revocable Trust, one of the the first things about which their estate attorney should advise them is that their assets should be transferred into their Trust. This process is often called "funding" the Trust. Having a Trust without funding it is like having a vehicle with no gasoline...it won't get you very far!

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