Monthly Archive for: ‘October, 2011’

Power of Attorney & Incapacity

Up until October 1, you could give someone a Power of Attorney to manage your affairs on the condition that they could not use it unless you lost capacity. Under the new law, such a condition renders the entire document invalid. This condition was so popular that many templates included it by default. Just another trap for the “do it […]

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Wall Street Journal Reports Florida Deficiency Judgments on the Rise

As the pipeline of defaulted mortgages work their way through the short sale or foreclosure processes, there has been increased speculation as to whether lenders will eventually enforce their legal right to collect the full amount of the debt. This is because even after a short sale or a foreclosure, the borrower can still be on the hook for the […]

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