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Laws and regulations regarding probate are frequently changing, and it is my job as a lawyer to inform my current or prospective clients about said changes. I want to give everyone the most up-to-date information about every aspect of probate, so they can make informative decisions. Probate and related areas of law are often confusing, and I do not want Miami residents to struggle with any aspect of probate. Even the smallest mistake can prolong a probate case for months, and I do not wish that added stress upon anyone. By reading my blogs, you can hopefully have your questions answered, or at least gain insight into the probate process. If you have any other questions, or wish to hire me as your Miami probate lawyer, you can either fill out a complimentary case evaluation form, or contact my office directly and schedule a meeting. I believe in giving clients 100% of my attention, and I personally handle every client and case. Please feel free to read the following blogs, or call my office if you have further inquiries.

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What is the difference between a living will and a power of attorney? A living will is a legal document that states what type of medical care you wish or do not wish to receive should you become unable to voice your opinions. A power of attorney is a document that you write that appoints someone to make medical decisions on your behalf.
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