Major Piece of Florida Worker’s Comp Law Ruled Unconstitutional; Court Expands Access to Disability for Seriously Injured Workers

The Florida Supreme Court recently ruled that a significant piece of the state’s worker’s compensation law is unconstitutional. The result of the ruling could result in longer and greater benefits for workers who become disabled or are incapable of working after an accident. The 5-2 court decision in the case of Westphal v. the City […]

Revocable Trusts

There are a variety of legal documents one must consider under the umbrella of estate planning. One that is often overlooked or deemed as unnecessary is a revocable trust. But that could not be farther from the truth. Often referred to as a living trust, a revocable trust often serves as a solution for a […]

Durable Power of Attorney

Appointing a Durable Power of Attorney is arguably the most important piece of estate planning. Without this document, making any legal, healthcare or financial decisions would be next to impossible once that family member becomes incapacitated. Durable Power of Attorney is a legal document in which a person appoints a trusted person to make legal […]