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Florida Mental Health Treatment Providers & Informed Consent Requirements

Florida Mental Health Treatment Providers & Informed Consent Requirements

Under Florida Law, mental health treatment providers, and their professions’ corresponding statutory informed consent requirements, include: Mental Health Provider Informed Consent References a Psychiatrist licensed under Chapter 458 or 459, Florida Statutes Section 458.325(1), Florida Statutes provides, for electroconvulsive or…

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Collaborative Marital Agreements — Beneficiary Designations After Divorce

Collaborative Marital Agreements — Beneficiary Designations After Divorce

Collaborative Marital Settlement Agreements should address ownership of and beneficial interests in: assets subject to beneficiary designations under wills assets subject to beneficiary designations under life insurance policies retirement plans employee benefit plans assets subject to pay-on-death or transfer-on-death designations.…

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Collaborative Marital Settlement Agreements: Insurance Policies and Accounts – Beneficiary Designations – Section 732.703

Collaborative Marital Settlement Agreements: Insurance Policies and Accounts – Beneficiary Designations – Section 732.703

Under the United States Supreme Court’s decision in Sveen v. Melin, 138 S. Ct. 1815 (June 11, 2018), section 732.703, Florida Statutes, which applies to decedents dying on or after July 1, 2012, does not unconstitutionally impair contracts by retroactively…

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Florida Collaborative Law Process Act, Section 61.55 – 61.58, Florida Statutes (2018)

Florida Collaborative Law Process Act, Section 61.55 – 61.58, Florida Statutes (2018)

PART III, CHAPTER 61, FLORIDA STATUTES COLLABORATIVE LAW PROCESS ACT 61.55 Purpose. 61.56 Definitions. 61.57 Beginning, concluding, and terminating a collaborative law process. 61.58 Confidentiality of a collaborative law communication. 61.55 Purpose.—The purpose of this part is to create a uniform system of practice for…

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