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Now Is the Time to Have Tough Conversations with Your Loved Ones

If you have ever had an emergency healthcare situation, you know how scary it can be to feel forced into making a medical decision in a hurry. You might feel as though you do not have all the information you need.

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Thanks, but No Thanks

Many people will mourn the loss of a loved one, but they often will take solace if the decedent bequests or gifts money or assets to them.

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Who Should I Appoint as Guardian for My Children?

Appointing a guardian for your children is an important decision every Florida parent should make thoughtfully. The person or persons you name as guardian will fill a critical role in your child’s life should you become incapacitated or pass away.

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Have You Included Your Prized Collection in Your Estate Plan?

Read MMany people are involved in collecting, whether it is comic books, dolls, figurines or sports memorabilia. Most of them make an effort to take care of their collections, maintaining the original packaging or even keeping the items in a climate-controlled area.ore

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Dealing with A Decedent’s Debt During Probate

Millions of Americans carry debt, and many people will pass away owing at least some money. This could be in the form of a mortgage, credit card debts, personal loans or other types of liabilities.

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What to Know About Seasonal Decorations in A Florida HOA

Homeowners’ associations (HOAs) are quite common across Florida, and many people living in them enjoy the benefits of being a part of this type of community. Though, HOAs come with rules with which homeowners must comply.

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Can Your Estate Plan Include Your Pet?

A pet can be one of the most important members of your family. As such, it is important to make the necessary preparations for your pet in the event of your death.

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Paul Allen’s Will Made Public, Asset Details Stay Private

We often discuss the various options people have to keep details of their estate private when they pass away. One of the most common solutions is to have a trust set up and properly funded.

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Mistakes Personal Representatives Should Avoid During Probate

Serving as the personal representative of an estate is a major responsibility. And despite the fact that it often involves complex legal and financial elements, the people who often serve as a personal representative are not people with legal or financial backgrounds.

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Failure to Disclose Defects Can Have Costly Consequences

Buying a house involves some amount of risk, no matter how much research you’ve done and how thorough your inspections were. After all, you can’t know for sure about all the quirks and headaches with living in a home until you are actually living in the home.

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