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Guest post written by Justin Stivers, the owner of The Probate Law Firm based out of Miami, Florida. The Probate Law Firm is dedicated to providing legal services in the areas of probate administration and litigation as well as estate planning. In short, most likely yes. When you were married, you likely created an estate...
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By: Michele G. Moss, Esquire Johnson Moss L.L.C. One of the purposes of creating a will is to identify the assets you have that you want to pass on to your loved ones.  We are usually concerned with identifying all of our tangible physical assets, including personal property, bank accounts, and real estate to make...
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When most people think about estate planning, their minds automatically jump to the last will and testament. There is no doubt that wills are vital planning tools, but there are certain things which a will simply does not accomplish. Wills do not allow you to leave certain types of property such as life insurance or...
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It is a huge risk to neglect creating a will, but it is also a problem if you think you can just “set it and forget it.” Your estate plans, and your will in particular, should be treated as a living document that you update and change as the circumstances of your life change. If...
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Thanks to Hollywood, the term “guardian” may now conjure up images of superheroes flying through the galaxy, protecting it from villains, but real guardians here on Earth are no less special or important to those whom they watch over. In the US, a guardianship is a legal designation giving a person authority over another person’s...
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Most adults know that they need a will – but many people don’t understand how to go about creating one, and therefore they keep putting it off. In order to help you secure your legacy, in this blog entry we are going to answer five common questions relating to wills and probate. 1. Who needs...
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