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What Advance Medical Directives Should I Have in Place If I’m Concerned About COVID-19?

Though it’s always been true, the COVID-19 pandemic has driven home the point that a debilitating medical condition can strike without warning. Whether you’re fighting the coronavirus or are incapacitated for some other reason, your wishes regarding medical treatment should be honored by family members and healthcare providers. An experienced attorney can help you put Read More

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Understanding How COVID-19 May Have Affected the Value of Your Estate

The economic and personal upheaval triggered by the COVID-19 outbreak is likely to warrant a review of your estate plan, no matter how thorough you think it is. As Americans cope with health fears and financial volatility, it’s worthwhile to determine whether a will, trust, advance medical directive or other legal instrument needs to be Read More

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What Happens If You Die Without a Will in Florida?

For Florida residents who pass away without a last will and testament, all assets get distributed according to the state’s intestate succession rules. This may or may not be in accordance with the deceased individual’s wishes, illustrating why it’s so important to establish a legal will — even if you are relatively young. Intestate succession Read More

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What Is Exempt Property, and How Is It Relevant to Florida Probate?

When a person passes away, there may be various claims on the estate. These claims typically come from creditors who will try to collect as much of the debt owed to them as possible. In most cases, they can successfully recover all or most of the debt by making a claim on the decedent’s assets Read More

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How Do Homestead Laws in Florida Affect Estate Planning?

Securing a homestead exemption in Florida can provide you with key benefits when it comes to estate planning. It provides some protection from creditors who have sued you and received a judgment against you. These creditors cannot, for example, force the sale of your homestead property to collect on the debt owed to them. This Read More

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How Does Florida’s Summary Administration Process Work?

When a person passes away in Florida, his or her estate typically goes through probate. This may take the form of formal administration or summary administration, the latter being a less costly and quicker process. With those advantages, many beneficiaries look to determine if their loved one’s estate qualifies for summary administration. Summary administration may Read More

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