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What Effect Could the Build Back Better Act Have on Your Florida Estate Plan?

What Effect Could the Build Back Better Act Have on Your Florida Estate Plan?

While it appears that the House of Representatives will not pass President Biden’s signature piece of legislation, the Build Back Better Act (BBBA) in its present state, the bill could still pass in another form. Most recently a leading Senator announced he will not support the bill as written right now. However, the House Speaker …

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How Will the STEP Act Impact Your Florida Estate Plan?

How Will the STEP Act Impact Your Florida Estate Plan?

U.S. Senators proposed the Sensible Taxation and Equity Promotion (STEP) Act in March of 2021. This act could change the taxation process on inherited assets, requiring millions of Americans to pay sizable taxes on their inherited legacies. The STEP Act has not yet passed. However, many Americans have already begun preparing for its potential impacts …

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Legal Assistant Kelsey Wood Joins The Law Offices of Sherri M. Stinson, P.A.

Legal Assistant Kelsey Wood Joins The Law Offices of Sherri M. Stinson, P.A.

Estate planning attorney Sherri M. Stinson, Founder of the Law Offices of Sherri M. Stinson, P.A., in Palm Harbor, Florida, announces the hiring of Kelsey Wood as Legal Assistant. Wood, a graduate of Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree, previously worked for two years as a Professional Guardian in Florida’s Sixth Judicial …

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What Happens to Your Money When You Fail to Make An Estate Plan?

What Happens to Your Money When You Fail to Make An Estate Plan?

Many people delay making an estate plan because they think they will have plenty of time to take care of it or mistakenly believe they don’t need one. Others figure they will quickly make some sort of arrangement when push comes to shove. However, nobody knows when they might suddenly become incapacitated due to an …

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The 9 Most Common Questions About Estate Planning in Florida

The 9 Most Common Questions About Estate Planning in Florida

Estate planning gives you a chance to preserve your family values. An estate planning attorney here in Florida can help you find answers to common questions about wills, advanced directives, and more. At the Law Office of Sherri M. Stinson, P.A. in Palm Harbor, FL, our legal team is ready to help if you want …

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Getting a Power of Attorney from an Elderly Parent in Florida

5 Common Misunderstandings About Getting a Power of Attorney from an Elderly Parent in Florida

Are you thinking of executing a power of attorney for an elderly parent? If so, you may be feeling overwhelmed with the process. Powers of attorney can be confusing for anyone, but if you have no prior legal experience, you may feel incredibly intimidated about becoming an agent for an elderly parent. However, for many …

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Law Offices of Sherri M. Stinson, P.A. Hires Client Happiness Coordinator

Estate planning attorney Sherri M. Stinson, Founder of the Law Offices of Sherri M. Stinson, P.A., in Palm Harbor, Florida, announces the hiring of Taylor Hays as Client Happiness Coordinator. Hays, a graduate of the University of Florida, has developed her customer service skills, working at both a top-ranked consumer retail chain and a major …

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What Is the Difference Between a Will and a Living Will in Florida?

Sometimes, people can be unsure about the difference between a will and a living will. In a nutshell, a last will and testament determines the distribution of a deceased person’s assets after his or her death. A living will specifies the medical care a person wishes to receive until the end of his or her …

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