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.
Rather than passing along assets to their loved ones, baby boomers who struggled financially may instead be passing along a stack of unpaid bills.
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.
Learning that you are at risk of losing a home in foreclosure can make any homeowner panic and become overwhelmed by stress.
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.
It is not unusual for people who are in their 20s and 30s to put off estate planning. Not only is it a difficult subject that makes people uncomfortable, but many young people think they simply don't need to think about it.