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HOA Orders Family to Take Down Decorations

A letter from a homeowners association to a family in San Antonio made national news in mid-November. The letter directed the family to take down their Christmas decorations that they put up on November 1, asking, “please remove the snowman until closer to the holiday season.”

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What Makes a Will Valid?

Creating and executing a valid last will and testament is a vitally important act with far-reaching consequences. It is a final gift to loved ones, or it can be a tremendous benefit for a worthwhile charity.

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Buying Rental Property Has Its Advantages

Investors are always looking for opportunities that have significant earning potential and a minimal amount of risk.

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What Should Not Go in A Will

It is usually best to be as comprehensive as possible when drafting legal documents related to estate planning or other areas of law. However, there are certain types of property or arrangements that should not or can not be in a will.

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A Living Will and Health Care Surrogate Can Work Well Together

A living will and a health care surrogate designation are both advance directives that can help make sure someone’s preferred medical decisions are made, even if he or she cannot make them.

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Important Things to Know About Community Associations

Many who move down here to Florida experience many things for the first time. While it may not be at the top of the list, having a community or homeowner association as part of a new home in a planned community may an adjustment. Twenty percent of properties in the U.S.

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Delays During Probate Are Common

The loss of a loved one is rarely easy, particularly if the death was unexpected. Ideally, the decedent worked with a knowledgeable estate law attorney to draft a will, trust or other estate planning tools, but even with this planning, however, the probate process here in Florida can become delayed.

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The Value in Starting an Estate Plan when You’re Young

You’re all for preparation, but if someone were to recommend you draft an estate plan, you might laugh. After all, you’re in your twenties, and in the past few years alone so much has changed about your life.

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Recognizing Signs that A Loved One May Need a Guardian

Being a guardian isn’t something anyone should take lightly. It’s a lot of legal and moral responsibility to care for someone else’s well-being.

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What Do You Need to Set up A Guardianship for A Parent?

If your parent has developed a condition such as dementia or Alzheimer’s, their property and personal savings are vulnerable. Someone could take advantage of them or their property.

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