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The Importance of An Updated Estate Plan when Remarrying

The increase in divorces that involve “older” Americans has caused a noticeable rise in the number of remarriages of seniors in Florida and throughout the country. Despite this fact, many of these seniors take a passive approach to changing their estate plans to reflect this life change.

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The Potential Benefits of An Estate Plan

Creating a will or trust may help you to avoid Florida intestacy laws that dictate where your assets go if you die without an estate plan. In addition to giving you more control over your property after you pass away, it can help you achieve various objectives during your lifetime.

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Issues when An Executor Dies

Everyone in Florida should understand the importance of estate planning. Any adult, especially one with children, should have a plan for the worst-case scenario.

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The Differences Between Wills and Living Wills

It’s important to have an estate plan whether you are enjoying your golden years on a Florida beach or are a recent college graduate beginning your adult life. Ideally, you will have both a will and a living will as part of the plan.

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Estate Planning Basics Everyone Should Know

Everyone in Florida should have an estate plan. That’s true even for people who don’t have a lot of assets.

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Have You Catered for Your Digital Presence in The Estate Plan?

These days, a Florida resident’s online presence is as, if not more, important than their actual physical presence. According to some experts, someone under the age of 70 most likely has 160 digital accounts.

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Not Everyone in Probate Is an Interested Party

Florida wills can be challenged in court during probate litigation. However, there is a limited number of potential challengers to the terms of the will.

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Young Adults and Estate Planning: Grasping the Basics Sooner

Young adults in their 20s and 30s who are interested in finding out more about estate planning in Florida are setting themselves up for a secure future for their families and themselves. By getting his or her affairs in order at an early age, an individual is more likely to be prepared for both the inevitable and unpredictable.

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What to Know Before Investing in Commercial Real Estate

People who want to invest in commercial real estate in Florida need to understand several things before they jump in. While these types of investments can provide consistent returns, some are better than others.

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Estate Planning for Business and Non-Business Owners

Though Florida already has better tax laws than many other states, having an estate plan is beneficial in several ways, beyond just saving money in taxes. Without a last will and testament in place, a person’s assets are “intestate,” and they are passed on according to a certain order of succession as set forth by Florida law.

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