Category: Divorce and Family Law
A will is a legal document that transfers what you own to your beneficiaries upon your death. It also names an executor to carry out the terms of your will and a guardian for your minor children, if you have any. Your signature and those of two witnesses make your will authentic. Witnesses do not have to know what the will says, but they must be present when you sign it and you must be present to watch them witness it.
When it comes to our children, there is nothing we would not do to safeguard their future and ensure they are safe, healthy, and happy. Estate planning allows you to ensure your children that if something happens unexpectedly, they will be protected no matter what. Within the estate planning toolbox, there are two that will protect your children: the trust and guardianship documents. These documents will provide peace of mind for both you and your family.
Eminent domain sometimes referred to as condemnation, is the government power to take private property. Black’s Law Dictionary defines “eminent domain” as “the inherent power of a governmental entity to take privately owned property, especially land, and convert it to public use, subject to reasonable compensation for the taking.”
Douglas Law Firm is honored to share that our Family Law Attorney, Chris LoBianco, has been invited for membership as a Barrister of the Inn by the President of the Florida Family Law American Inn of Court.
When Bayer acquired the company, Monsanto, they knew they were buying the world's best weed killer. What they didn't expect were many legal claims that the herbicide, Roundup, caused cancer. Bayer has agreed to pay more than $10 billion to settle thousands of claims.