Many common estate planning documents must be notarized or witnessed to be legally binding. For example, mortgage documents and financial powers of attorney must be notarized. Wills, on the other hand, require witnesses, as do the advance health care directives. But how can you make a valid legal document in the time of the coronavirus pandemic?
Douglas Law Firm partnered with WJXT4 The Local Station / News4JAX to promote National Reading Awareness Month. Together, News4JAX and Douglas Law Firm put a spotlight on children grades 1-5 who are passionate about reading. They awarded four local classrooms that embrace the joy of reading by receiving a $100 scholastic gift card and...
The digital trail of memories can exacerbate the distress often caused by divorce. When emotions run high, some ex-spouses may use those same outlets to make posts that may hurt them later on.
Impending divorce tends to conjure up images of “custody” (timesharing) battles over children, or disputes surrounding residence in the family home. But what happens to those other important parts of the family; pets?