What Parents Should Know About Estate Planning

What Parents Should Know About Estate Planning

New parents in Florida have much more on their minds than planning their estate. Between baby-proofing their home and vehicle, running between pediatrician appointments, and setting up the crib, there is not much time for parents to start planning for a conversation around estate planning. However, setting up preparations for the future...
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what to do after a loved one dies

4 Steps to Take After a Loved One Dies

When loved ones pass away, they leave behind their possessions, assets, and estate, which all need to be addressed. Their bank accounts must be closed, their unpaid bills must be handled, and any money they leave behind must be properly allocated. Often, these tasks fall onto family members.  Many families are...
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Can You Create a Trust When Your Family Has Debt?

If you are currently looking into ways that you can establish an inheritance for your family, you likely have many questions about the process. One of the most common inquiries that individuals have in these circumstances is related to the existing debt of their family and whether or not it will impact the financial...

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How to Protect Your Will From Unhappy Relatives

Having an updated last will and testament is more important than ever, especially now. However, a will that is poorly created or not frequently updated can be vulnerable to contestation. What is contestation? It is the formal objection to a will’s (or trust’s) validity because it either: a) doesn’t reflect the wishes...

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