Category: Estate Planning Law

The Role of Life Insurance in Estate Planning in Florida
As you consider estate planning, you probably have a lot of questions. One of the most common that we hear has to do with the role of life insurance in [...]
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The Dangers of Do-It-Yourself Estate Planning
As a top estate planning law firm, Doane & Doane understands the importance of protecting your assets and providing for your loved ones. We offer a full range of services [...]
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Why You Should Keep Your Estate Plan Current?
Your estate plan is an integral part of your life. It’s something you create once and then update regularly to reflect your changing needs, risk tolerance, and personal circumstances. As [...]
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Estate Planning Guide: How to Leave Your Loved Ones Prepared?
At Doane & Doane, we are committed to making sure your future is secure, and that goes for your loved ones, as well. Estate planning is a vital part of [...]
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Estate Planning for Unmarried Couples
Most people think of estate planning as an exclusive affair that’s only for married couples. The truth is, unmarried couples should also take steps to protect their assets and plan [...]
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Estate Planning For Families With Special Needs Children
The idea of planning for the future is terrifying for most people. The unknown gives us anxiety, and the thought of someone else making decisions about our lives is overwhelming. [...]
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Where Should I Hire An Estate Planning Lawyer?
Do you feel overwhelmed by all the estate planning and trust tasks? Do you feel like you’re the only one who has so much to think about? You’re not alone. [...]
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Living Will vs. Will: What’s The Difference?
You want to plan for the future, but you’re feeling just a bit overwhelmed by all of the different terms associated with life planning. At Doane & Doane, we understand [...]
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Do Inheritance And Estate Taxes Apply In Florida?
If you’re thinking about passing something on to your beneficiaries, you should know what you’re getting into. Inheritance taxes may apply, and the rules may be different depending on where [...]
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Don’t Send Your Child to College Without an Estate Plan
Imagine for a moment that your child gets into a car accident while they’re off to college. While you would normally be the one making decisions in such circumstances, your [...]
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