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What we do
- Formal Estate Administration
- Trust Administration
- Summary Administration
- Administrator Ad Litem
- Trust Modification
- Contested Estate & Trust Matters
- Beneficiary & Fiduciary Representation
- Will and Trust Contests
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty
- Removal of Personal Representative/Trustee
- Non-relative, Stepparent & Relative Adoptions
- Contested Adoptions
- Birth Parent and Adoptive Parent Representation
- Same Sex v. Second Parent Adoptions
- Additional Adoption Information
Power of Attorney
A Power of Attorney is a legal document allowing you to name one or more individuals who can act as your designated agent in legal and financial matters when you are unable to do so.
Our attorneys can guide you in the selection of an appropriate agent as well as advise you on how to implement your Power of Attorney when needed. We can also review your current Power of Attorney to determine if it requires updating in light of recent law changes under the Florida Power of Attorney Act that became effective October 1, 2011.
If a problem should ever arise with your named agent(s), you may seek to revoke or change your Power of Attorney. In this event, our attorneys are able to provide legal guidance that will ensure your wishes are upheld in accordance with Florida law.