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Monthly Archives: February 2016

Ways Of Avoiding Probate

…Some people in Florida who are preparing an estate plan might prefer to avoid the probate process. It can be time-consuming and expensive, especially for a large and complex estate, and the records are open to the public. One option for people with a smaller estate is to arrange for a simplified probate process.

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Attorney Adam Sabocik Receives AV Preeminent Highest Rating from Martindale-Hubbell

…Boyes, Farina & Matwiczyk, P.A. announced Attorney Adam Sabocik is a recipient of the prestigious “AV Preeminent” peer review rating from Martindale-Hubbell. The “AV Preeminent” rating is the highest level of professional excellence and ethical standards an attorney can receive from the national attorney peer review rating service. The rating signifies that an attorney’s colleagues and the judiciary perceive him to be at the pinnacle of professional success.

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Floridians Advised To Plan Estates Cautiously

…According to one financial expert, the estate plans of business owners should have three distinct objectives. These include succession plans that let businesses transfer to new owners and help their original owners retain control via stock. Estate master plans should also incorporate retirement arrangements that let people and their spouses keep up their preferred lifestyles for as long as necessary and lifetime plans that transfer wealth while its owners are alive without sacrificing their control over the property.

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Attorney Duane L. Pinnock Named “Gator Greats” Honoree by University of Florida Black Alumni Association

…Boyes, Farina & Matwiczyk, P.A., announced Attorney Duane L. Pinnock has been selected by the University of Florida Association of Black Alumni (ABA) as an honoree for its 2nd Annual “Gator Greats” networking and recognition reception to be held February 19, 2016 at Tokyo Blue at the Ocean Manor in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

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When It’s Time To Handle Estate Planning

…While it is a good idea for all adults to have a will, there are certain times in people’s life when having a will becomes essential. If a person in Florida dies without a will, they are considered intestate, and not only will their assets be divided based upon state laws, if a person has children, the state will also determine who will raise them.

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Avoiding Mistakes With Beneficiary Designations

…While some Floridians may have estate plans in place that they feel will make certain their wishes are followed, some fail to pay attention to the beneficiary designations they have made on their life insurance policies, retirement and other accounts. Not paying attention to these beneficiaries can cause significant problems after a person has died, sometimes resulting in the proceeds passing in a manner that was not intended at all.

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South Florida Legal Guide Recognizes Attorney Duane L. Pinnock 2016 Top Lawyer

Boyes, Farina & Matwiczyk, P.A., announced Attorney Duane L. Pinnock has been named a “2016 Top Lawyer” in the South Florida Legal Guide’s (“SFLG”) 2016 edition. He will be honored, along with the others selected, on February 4, 2016 at a reception to be held at Sabadell Financial Center in Miami, FL.

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