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Four Estate Planning Documents You Need to Have!

Four Estate Planning Documents You Need to Have!

If you’re confused about estate planning and whether you need or have a will, a living will, a living trust, or a durable power of attorney, you’re not alone.  If the names of the documents are confusing, the legalese typically used to explain them is worse.   There...

Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

Don't let them see you fight. Children love their parents.  In a divorce, they usually only capable of understanding that your conflict is a result of something they have done. So take it outside or to a counselor's office. The battles you have with your spouse leave...

Tips to Avoid Probate Issues

Tips to Avoid Probate Issues

Probate of an estate doesn’t have to be complicated or costly. Just taking a few steps when creating an estate plan will dramatically reduce potential conflicts and delays that crop up during the administration of an estate.Consider the following action steps before...

Updating Your Estate Planning Documents

Updating Your Estate Planning Documents

Updating Your Estate Planning Documents – Time to Dust them off Once people execute their estate planning documents, they often put them in a drawer and forget them.  However, a move, a divorce, or other changes in your legal or family makeup may require that you...

Probate for Foreign Nationals

Probate for Foreign Nationals

Probate for Foreign Nationals If you are a foreign national and own property in Florida, estate planning may be especially important to you.  There are special requirements for non-United States citizens who own property in Florida at the time of their death. A non-US...

Leaving a Child Behind

Leaving a Child Behind

Leaving a child behind If you have a minor child, having a will is critical for your peace of mind and your child’s security in the event of your death.  Speaking to an estate planning attorney will allow you to consider the consequences in the event of your...