The Douglas Law Firm is honored to present Colby Mikell, a deserving senior from Palatka High School, with an academic scholarship to help pursue a career in Music Business and Entertainment Law. Congratulations to the Class of 2020 graduates. We wish you well in your future endeavors!
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have received a lot of inquiries as to what parents should do to keep themselves and their children safe during these times. However, if you have a parenting plan where you share custody with another parent, this can often become more complicated.
The coronavirus has spread rapidly in the U.S. and led to a skyrocketing demand for wills, even for those who aren't senior citizens. What once appeared to be a scourge that was primarily affecting the elderly and those with underlying health issues has now been revealed to hospitalize and kill those who are younger, seemingly at an alarming rate.
Douglas Law Firm’s Chief Family Law Attorney Chris LoBianco has appeared on News4Jax as a contributor regarding family law topics like divorce and child custody.
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?