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Addressing Family Conflicts in The Wake of A Dementia Diagnosis

After a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, family members typically step in to manage financial and healthcare decisions when he or she no longer has legal capacity to make these choices.

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4 Parties that Delay Probate Proceedings in Florida

Probate is often an upsetting process, especially for people who are reeling from the death of a loved one and struggling to cope with the loss. However, probate proceedings can go smoothly when there is a clear, comprehensive will and everyone does what they should do.

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4 Things to Consider Before Buying a Home in An Association

If you are looking to buy a home in Florida, then you may very well find yourself considering a house or condo in an association. These associations are communities that have specific rules and guidelines with which homeowners must comply. There may also be amenities available to members of the association.

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Protecting Your Pets with An Estate Plan

Pets are a valued and loved member of families all across Boca Raton. If you are a pet owner, then you likely know that animals can be just as important as any person in terms of companionship and love.

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What Are the 5 Elements Every Estate Plan Should Have?

When it comes to creating an estate plan, most people are unsure of what they need and where to begin with the process. This is not unusual, as people typically do not deal with estate plans or the related documents on a regular basis.

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Lengthy Probate Proceedings Make It Difficult to Get Closure

Probate is undoubtedly a difficult process to navigate, especially for people who are grieving the loss of a loved one. Between the waiting and the arguing over what should happen to a person’s property, family and friends often feel angry, frustrated and powerless.

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What Happens when A Parent Dies with Debt?

Rather than passing along assets to their loved ones, baby boomers who struggled financially may instead be passing along a stack of unpaid bills.

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What to Know if You Are Facing Foreclosure

Learning that you are at risk of losing a home in foreclosure can make any homeowner panic and become overwhelmed by stress.

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Need Help Establishing a Guardianship for An Ailing Parent?

In 2011, the first wave of baby boomers turned 65, with many exiting the workforce and entering retirement. According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, individuals ages 66 and older will make up roughly 20 percent of the nation’s population by 2030.

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3 Ways an Attorney Can Help You Strengthen Your Estate Plan

Having an estate plan is critical for just about every adult in Florida, whether you are just starting to build your estate or you are ready for retirement. However, just having an estate plan may not be enough if your plan has problematic gaps that jeopardize its effectiveness, including those discussed in a recent Kiplinger article.

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