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      Art Exhibition Featuring Hometown Jupiter Artists

      At The New Studio For The Visual Arts

      Our Light, Our Story,

      Our Jupiter

        The New Studio for the Visual Arts of Jupiter, Inc. kicked
      off a new exhibit on Oct. 14 featuring the works of more than
      30 artists from Jupiter, Fla. Many of these artists not only
      live in Jupiter but were born and raised in Jupiter.
        The exhibition will continue  through  the  end of
      November. Featured artists include Martin Schaus,
      Patti Tuning Hartig, Brittany Brett, Pat Crowley, Wally
      McCall, Dodie Dubois  Thayer-Hawthorne, Ronnie
      Garrett, Russell Gulick, Eddie Perry, and Pulitzer Prize
      winning photographer Stephen Crowley.
        Helping to coordinate this exhibit is Gretchen Elliott   President of The New Studio for the Visual Arts – Peggy
      Cocuzza. She is a native of Jupiter, Fla., having attended   Kirkwood
      Jupiter Elementary, Middle and High School. Gretchen
      loves everything about Florida, its deep history and lush   to be an artist, but never the knowledge or confidence to
      landscapes, but especially the people; both those early   dive in until 2016 when she dove in full force; and she
      settlers that carved a life in this diverse state and those   is now a member of the teaching faculty.
      who now call this their home. She always had a desire     As stated by Peggy Kirkwood, president of The New
                                                         Studio  for  the Visual Arts:  “This  is  a  great  example
                                                         of what can be done by the people of this community.
                                                         Jupiter has an unbelievable collection of fantastic artists.
                                                         This type of exhibit reflects the goal of the studio to
                                                         help nurture a vibrant arts community, foster artistic
                                                         excellence, lower barriers to arts participation and bring
                                                         people together for a shared experience that inspires a
                                                         creative exchange of ideas. The organization’s values are
                                                         dedicated to the practice of looking at, thinking about and   Official poster for the exhibit created by Pat Crowley
                                                         making art help people solve problems and enjoy life.”
                                                                                                             The New Studio for the Visual Arts of Jupiter, Inc.
                                                                                                           was founded in 2018 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit to offer a
                                                                                                           welcoming setting and supportive culture via an inclusive,
                                                                                                           multigenerational level approach to art education serving
                                                                                                           children, teens and adults at all ability levels.
                                                                                                             For more information please contact Peggy Kirkwood
                                                                                                           at (561) 295-5712,, email: peggy.

                                                                                                            It’s The Law!

                                                                                                            Did You Know That, In

                                                                                                            Florida …

                                                                                                            By Adam S. Gumson, Esq.
                                                                                                              A deed cannot waive
                                                                                                            the homestead rights of
                                                         Pat Crowley and Gretchen Cocuzza working at the studio  a spouse unless it contains
                                                                                                            specific language in which
                                                                                                            the spouse consents to
                                                                                                            waiving his/her rights.
                                                                                                              In a probate
                                                                                                            administration, if a
                                                                                                            fiduciary bond is not
                                                                                                            waived by the decedent’s
                                                                                                            will, or the court, the
                                                                                                            personal representative will be required to obtain a bond
                                                                                                            and file it with the court. A petition can be filed by any
                                                                                                            interested person requesting that the bond be waived.
                                                                                                              A power of attorney becomes effective immediately
                                                                                                            upon execution. Florida does not permit a signatory
                                                                                                            to state a future date for effectiveness. This powerful
                                                                                                            document gives the named attorney-in-fact the ability
                                                                                                            to perform any of the powers detailed in the document
                                                                                                              Life insurance proceeds are payable to the named
                                                                                                            beneficiary and are exempt from creditor claims of an
                                                                                                            estate unless the policy provides otherwise.
                                                                                                              When a limited liability company merger becomes
                                                                                                            effective, the surviving entity continues, but all other
                                                                                                            companies merged into it cease to exist.
                                                                                                              Jupiter Law Center is a private neighborhood law
                                                                                                            firm located in the RiverPlace Professional Center, 1003
                                                                                                            W. Indiantown Road, Suite 210, Jupiter, FL, (561) 744-
                                                                                                            4600, The firm provides peace of
                                                                                                            mind by solving problems with integrity and compassion
                                                                                                            in the areas of estate planning (wills and trusts, powers
                                                                                                            of attorney, health care surrogates, living wills, probate
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                                                                                                            sale agreements), family law (divorce, paternity, child
                                                                                                            support and time sharing, alimony, property distribution,
                                                                                                            modifications,  collaborative  law,  pre/post  nuptial
                                                                                                            agreements) and real estate (community association law,
                                                                                                            residential and commercial transactions, deeds, closings).
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