November 2020

How Will Possible Tax Policy Changes Impact Your Estate Planning?
While we are witnessing some residual legal wrangling in real-time, it appears all but certain that Joe Biden will take office on January 20, 2021, as the 46th President of [...]
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Back to Basics: We Answer Some of Your Florida Probate Questions
As experienced estate attorneys, we at Doane & Doane, PA., love to answer questions from our clients. Lots of times, as you can see in our weekly blog we handle [...]
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Can (and Should) a Beneficiary be Witness to a Will?
At Doane & Doane, we often get the question: “Can a beneficiary be witness to a will?” The short answer to that question in Florida is “yes.” Florida law provides [...]
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What is a Fixed Fee Probate?
There are a number of drawbacks to the probate process when administering the estate of someone who has passed away. The four main challenges are expense, time, privacy, and control [...]
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What is the Purpose of Estate Planning?
Sometimes it is a good idea to go back to fundamentals. Many people believe that if you have a will you avoid the probate court process. That is actually not [...]
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