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HOW CAN I PLAN FOR A STRATEGIC RETIREMENT?

By Kira Doyle Law |

Are you approaching retirement? Not sure how you can ensure a smooth transition from working life to retired life?  Walking away from regular paychecks and employer-provided benefits can feel a little nerve-wracking. Minimize the impact of these major life changes by planning accordingly. Time It Right Get your timing right. Review and understand your… Read More »

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HOW (AND WHY) TO DISINHERIT A CHILD OR GRANDCHILD

By Kira Doyle Law |

Completely disinheriting a child or grandchild should be reserved for extreme circumstances.  And, if those circumstances exist in your family, it’s critical to ensure that you have taken the proper planning steps so that you are not leaving your loved ones with a guaranteed lawsuit or other conflict after you are gone. If you… Read More »

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WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR BODY WHEN YOU DIE? THE CHOICE CAN BE YOURS.

By Kira Doyle Law |

Many of us are too afraid of death to carefully consider what happens to our bodies after we die. Unfortunately, failing to plan for that event can leave your wishes unattended to and your family grief struck and unsure how to honor your wishes. The larger truth is that facing your death proactively creates… Read More »

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THREE ADVANCED HEALTH CARE DOCUMENTS YOU NEED TO INCLUDE IN YOUR ESTATE PLAN

By Kira Doyle Law |

Decisions about your health care are some of the most important decisions you will ever make. You shouldn’t put off making plans until you are unable to assert your wishes. Including health care documents in your estate plan can ensure your decisions are always your choice, even if you cannot speak for yourself. Health… Read More »

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GENERATIONAL WISDOM IN 32 QUESTIONS

By Kira Doyle Law |

What can we learn from earlier generations? Quite a bit, says Brendon Burchard, but only if we ask the right questions. Brendon Burchard, famed personal development trainer and author of The Motivation Manifesto (Carlsbad, Hay House, 2014) says asking your mother, father and/or another loved one these 32 important questions can teach you valuable… Read More »

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LEAVING WITHOUT A PLAN: PRINCE DIDN’T LEAVE A WILL & HERE’S WHY YOU SHOULD

By Kira Doyle Law |

Even after death celebrities are highly publicized for their mistakes, many of which we make ourselves. This time last year, superstar musician Prince died suddenly, leaving no will and the management of his substantial estate fraught with legal complications and added costs. It is easy to assume that the wealthiest among us have all… Read More »

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Closing Cost Scam Targets Florida Home Buyers

By Kira Doyle Law |

Buying a house is not like purchasing groceries at the supermarket. Acquiring legal title to real estate involves a fair amount of paperwork. It is easy to get confused when dealing with real estate agents, the sellers and the title company, not to mention getting ready for the closing and moving into your new… Read More »

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THE FUTURE OF FINANCES: HOW TO TEACH YOUR CHILDREN TO BE MONEY SAVVY

By Kira Doyle Law |

Part of being an enlightened parent is being thoughtful about how we teach our kids about adult life. Of course you want to prepare them to make good choices as an adult, especially when it comes to finances. You may feel unequipped, or you may be concerned about passing on your own bad habits…. Read More »

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CAN A NON-COMPETE AGREEMENT PROTECT MY BUSINESS?

By Kira Doyle Law |

No business remains static. Over time, people enter and exit the business. If you are the owner, you may want to plan for an eventual sale, separation, or succession. It is important to discuss these issues with a qualified St. Petersburg Business Law Attorney who can provide you with a legal roadmap. If and… Read More »

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When Duty Calls: Navigating the Sandwich Generation with Ease

By Kira Doyle Law |

The average age of parents raising children in the US continues to rise. This leaves many middle-aged Americans in a category commonly referred to as the “sandwich” generation. This generation is often still raising kids at home when they become responsible to care for their own aging parents. When you are faced with the… Read More »