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Rosemont Community Abstract of Title

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This Abstract of Title for the old Rose farm at the corner of 441 and Lee Road in Orlando is delightful.

Developed into the Rosemont community, it includes the history of the land. Restrictions on development of the golf course parcels until at least year 2072 begin on page 354.

Because of the size of the document, it’s uploaded in 30 page sections:

Pages 1-30 Rosemont Community ABSTRACT Contract

Pages 31-60 Rosemont Community ABSTRACT Contract

Pages 61-90 ...

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Celebrate National Old Stuff Day!

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National Old Stuff Day

In honor of National Old Stuff Day on March 2nd, Your Caring Law Firm suggests you celebrate your old stuff by giving it a meaningful send-off.

1. Old suits and work clothing: Dress for Success of Greater Orlando’s mission is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. Consider cleaning out your closet ...

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Thanksgiving Holiday Provides Opportunity for Family Members to Spot Signs of Incapacity in Aging Parents

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Spotting signs of incapacity and early detection of cognitive decline enables professional advisors to more effectively address financial, legal and care-giving concerns.

More than 40 million Americans are expected to take to the roadways, railways and airways as they head home for the Thanksgiving holiday. Thanksgiving – one of the few occasions when multiple generations gather under one roof – is an opportune time for adult children to observe signs of incapacity or cognitive decline in aging loved ones.

My advice to ...

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Grief Smells Like Orange Blossoms

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Smell invokes memory unlike any other sense. The treacly-sweet aroma of Florida springtime clobbers me with grief every March. Enveloped in the cloying perfume of citrus in bloom, I flash to my senior year of high school when Megan McCabe died. Megan was thoughtful and smart and funny and pretty, and a member of the rowing team with me. A group of us went to the beach on a gorgeous Sunday before St. Patrick’s Day. One of the cars didn’t make it ...

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So You Want to Present a National Webinar?

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Congratulations! You’ve been asked to present with a group of experts on a webinar that will have people from across the country listening? Here are some helpful hints that I learned from my recent experience.

I was invited by WealthCounsel™ to be a panelist with Lew Dymond, Peter Parenti, and Paul Bernstein to discuss the new tax laws that Congress passed on December 17, 2010. The audience would include attorneys, CPAs, and financial advisors throughout the U.S. The webinars were scheduled ...

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