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How Do I Disinherit Someone?

There is an old saying that you can’t choose your family. In the context of estate planning, however, you can choose the family to whom you leave your assets. For some people, this might include choosing to leave someone out of a will so that he or she does not benefit from any gift or inheritance.

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Who Pays Off Debts when A Person Passes Away?

If you are like millions of other Americans, you have some debt. You might have credit card debts, student loans to repay or a mortgage and car to pay off. If you have these and other debts when you pass away, they won’t just disappear, so it is important to know what happens to debt after a person’s death.

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Troubles Arise for Homeowners Who Don’t Really Own Their Homes

For most people, a home is more than a piece of property. A home can be a place where you grow your family and find happiness, and owning a home can be a sign of success and comfort.

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I Have a Will. Is that The Same as Having an Estate Plan?

Just about every adult can benefit from having a will in place. Even a simple will can provide peace of mind to the testator (the person completing the will) and his or her loved ones by making arrangements for the distribution of assets.

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How Siblings Can Resolve Disputes Over Contested Guardianship

As our parents age, it can be incredibly hard to watch them struggle to complete daily activities they once could accomplish without any difficulty. If your mom or dad was recently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia, you may want to consider setting up a guardianship to protect their long-term wishes and needs.

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When Should I Revise My Estate Plan?

If you have been through the process of creating an estate plan, then you probably know what a relief it can be to have in place the necessary documentation to protect your wishes, your property and your loved ones.

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Did You Find out You Are the Executor? Take These Actions

Like many people who have created an estate plan, individuals in Florida tend to avoid speaking with the named executor of their estate. Because of this, you may suddenly find yourself thrust into the role of executor if someone you loved recently passed away.

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2 Possible Options for Probate Administration in Florida

After a person passes away, his or her estate will generally go through probate. This is the process of legally passing the person’s assets on to others and resolving the various financial elements. The probate process can be confusing and overwhelming, particularly when people are also struggling with grief and loss.

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Are You Making These Three Estate Planning Mistakes?

No one knows what the future holds. By investing the time to establish an estate plan, you are better protecting yourself and your loved ones against tomorrow’s uncertainty.

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Why Do Estate Plans Fail?

Imagine you are making plans for an upcoming vacation. You think about it all the time; you mentally decide what you will do and what places you’ll visit; you even set aside all the money you plan to use. You could feel very prepared.

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