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The Importance of Keeping your Estate Plan Up-to-Date

Your estate plan has one purpose: to make sure your welfare and your affairs are handled according to your wishes once you can no longer make decisions for yourself. But estate planning should not be a one-time occurrence. Your estate plan should cha… Read More
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Homestead and Elective Share if Your Spouse Dies First

Enforcing Your Spousal Elective Share It is generally assumed that when one spouse dies, the widow or widower would inherit the couple’s shared assets and would support the rest of the family. While this is often the case, every family is different… Read More
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What the COVID-19 Outbrea…

What the COVID-19 Outbreak Means for Florida Probate and Estate Planning

With the uncertainty and fear surrounding COVID-19, we wanted to address some of the services that we offer and some of the documents that we recommend you have in place. We are also going to focus on what you can do without leaving your home to come… Read More
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What to Do with a Last Will and Testament After a Loved One Dies

Your loved one has passed away and you have found his or her estate plan in the process of packing up their home. Now what do you do? Find out what to do with a Last Will and Testament after a loved one dies and how an estate administration attorney… Read More
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What Happens if You Die Without a Will in Florida?

Most people know that a will is a document that explains what you want to happen to your property after you pass away. But what happens if you die without a will in Florida? Who will inherit your property, and what will they need to do to get it? Int… Read More
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