March 2020

Take Care Of All Your Children: Don’t Forget The Furry Ones
By Rebecca G. Doane, Esq. and Randell C. Doane, Esq., published in the Palm Beach Daily News, January 30, 2020 When developing an estate plan, we generally begin by thinking [...]
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Your Life Changes: Is Your Estate Plan Keeping Up With You?
By Rebecca G. Doane, Esq. and Randell C. Doane, Esq., published in the Palm Beach Daily News, January 31, 2019 The phrase “estate plan” is meant to encompass the comprehensive [...]
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Inherited Trusts and Divorce
If an inheritance is left in trust for a child or other beneficiary, rather than being left outright, it will be much better protected from lawsuits, bankruptcies, divorces, and similar [...]
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The Secret to Self-Cancelling Installment Notes
As experienced estate planning attorneys, we at Doane & Doane spend a great deal of time understanding the many estate planning investment vehicles out there. We are also well versed [...]
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What Do Joint Tenants with Rights of Survivorship Mean?
Simply put, the answer to the question “What do joint tenants with rights of survivorship mean?” is fairly straightforward. In that question there are two basic concepts you need to [...]
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Plan Early, and Plan to Access Assets That Are In a Trust
In a strange sort of way, estate planning is like going to the gym, going on a diet, or cleaning out that back room. Those do not seem to go [...]
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What Does Incapacity Mean in Florida?
It is never a pleasant thing to consider, but you would be wise to think about how your affairs and your person should be handled if you were ever to [...]
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How Much Does Probate Cost in Florida?
Many estate planning attorneys, including the experienced probate attorneys in West Palm Beach at Doane & Doane, recommend that clients do what they can to avoid probate. Why do you [...]
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