Category: Estate Planning Law

What Is a Successor Trustee in Estate Planning?
Creating a trust can help to add protection to your estate plan when it comes time to distribute your assets. While there are many different types of trusts, nearly all [...]
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How to Begin the Estate Planning Process in Florida?
Estate planning is an essential process that everyone should consider. Due to the uncertainty of tomorrow, it’s important to start planning for the future now. Unfortunately, many people are under [...]
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Senior Settlements – Is This the Right Option for You?
As a senior, you are likely inundated with offers that promise to make your life easier. Whether it’s an attempt to sell you a product or service to get you [...]
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Can You Change an Irrevocable Trust? What Does the Law Say?
Is your family currently trying to determine whether you can change an irrevocable trust? Find out what your legal options are and why this question might come up in the [...]
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Does Common Law Marriage Exist in Florida?
It’s not uncommon for couples to live together and decide not to get married.  In Florida, until 2016, couples who lived with each other without being married could be considered [...]
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How to Minimize Estate Disputes Between Siblings?
It’s not unusual for disputes to come up when it comes time for your children to divide up your estate.  The disputes between your children over the assets of your [...]
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Is it Difficult to Change an Irrevocable Trust?
You may have your estate plan already in place, including an irrevocable trust, but sometimes circumstances change.  It could be you want to modify your irrevocable trust due to a [...]
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What is a Dynasty Trust?
If you plan on transferring your wealth to the next generation in your family, you may want to make a gift to the younger members of your family in a [...]
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Passing Away Without a Will in Florida, What Happens to Your Estate?
It is a common question among many of our clients:  What will happen if I die without a will?  Well, in this article, we are going to talk about the [...]
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Should Cryptocurrency Be a Part of Your Estate Plan?
The short answer to our article title is – “Yes.”  Cryptocurrency is quickly becoming a prominent part of many people’s estate plans. That is because many people who own cryptocurrency [...]
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