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In this episode, Peachie Thompson, AALU, ALMI, ACS of Peach Insurance Services interviews someone who is an attorney that focuses her practice on estate planning, probate, business entity formation, and real estate, Julia McKillop, a senior partner at McKillop Law Firm.
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Some of the items discussed: • What is Incapacity Planning • How Incapacity Planning avoids guardianship • How you can fit Incapacity Planning in a comprehensive estate plan
About our guest speaker, Julia: Julia focuses her practice on estate planning, probate, business entity formation, and real estate. She is a graduate of the University of Florida Levin College of Law and is a senior partner at McKillop Law Firm. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Julia lived in Chile teaching English as a second language. Upon returning to the States, she worked in Miami as a paralegal, ultimately deciding to go to law school in order to put her life experiences to work as an advocate and counselor. Julia, Dan and their two young sons recently relocated to Jacksonville to join our Jacksonville team.
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