Monthly Archives: March 2012

Estate Planning for Pets in Florida

© William D. Slicker, 2012             In Pinellas and Hillsborough counties, more than 77,000 animals are abandoned each year. If a pet is abandoned for ten (10) days after a written notice to the owner at his last known address then the pet is to be delivered to the nearest humane society or animal control [...]

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Florida Power of Attorney

© William D. Slicker, 2012             As of October 1, 2011, powers of attorney in Florida were modified by Florida’s Power of Attorney Act which was based on the Uniform Power of Attorney Act. The following is a partial list of some of the major changes:             (1) Power of attorney must be signed by [...]

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Child Support Modification Due to Payer’s Incarceration

©William D. Slicker, 2012 Child support in Florida is based on the payer’s income, the payee’s income, and the number of children. In cases when a payer has voluntarily lowered his income, the courts have imputed a higher income to the payer. Cases dealing with situations in which the payer was incarcerated and sought to [...]

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