We have discussed a variety of estate planning tools that help your beneficiaries and heirs to have what they need to handle your estate when you are gone. One of the tools that is commonly used in estate plans is the financial power of attorney. In Florida, there are some very specific points you should know before you sign the documents necessary to appoint a financial power of attorney.
Finding the time and motivation to create an estate plan is something that makes many people put it off. When it is time to sit down and get things together, it is important that you take care of everything necessary so that your wishes are followed and your beneficiaries and heirs get the portions of your estate that you want them to have. There are some mistakes that you should make sure you avoid.