Category: Estate Planning Law

Where Should I Keep My Will?
Having a will is something that all of us should set out to establish. In the event of your death, your wishes for your family, friends, and loved ones are [...]
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Does Florida Have An Inheritance Tax?
A question that commonly arises in Florida is whether the state has an inheritance tax. As a beneficiary, it’s important for you to know what kind of charges you’re responsible [...]
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If You Suspect That a Will Is Forged, Don’t Wait to Voice Your Suspicions
The process of creating a will is relatively simple, especially when you have an experienced wills attorney assisting you. In fact, it’s better to first consult with a wills attorney [...]
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Is Your Will Out of Date?
Do you have a will that’s out of date? If so, you may want to update it. Not only is a will needed for legal purposes, but it also keeps [...]
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Updating Your Estate Plan to Reflect Your Divorce
When you get a divorce, the state of your estate plan is not just about your property and assets. It’s about how these assets and property can be divided without [...]
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Four Important Retirement Questions to Ask Yourself at the Beginning of Your Estate Planning Process
Planning for retirement is never easy, especially in the digital age. With all of the options out there to save, invest, and even retire early, it’s difficult to know where [...]
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Estate Planning Steps That LGBTQ+ Families Can’t Afford Not To Take
When a Florida resident passes away without having a will, certain family members might be able to inherit their estate. These include the decedent’s spouse, kids, or siblings. But it [...]
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3 Types Of Personal Property And How They Affect Your Estate Plan
Have you thought about where you want your assets to go after you die? We all amass things over our lifetime, with some being more valuable than others. What’s more, [...]
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The First 3 Estate Planning Documents You Need After Getting Married
As a newly married couple, you may have already discussed estate planning to secure your future. It’s great that you are taking steps to ensure financial security for your family. [...]
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What happens if all the trustees of a trust have passed away?
It’s a fair question to ask, especially if you are the grantor. You want to know what will come of your assets in the event that there’s no one else [...]
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