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What’s the Difference Between a Will and a Trust?

The Difference Wills and trusts are the principal legal instruments attorneys use to help clients transfer assets to their heirs. Although these documents serve a similar purpose, Trusts are managed while Read More

Alzheimer’s & Estate Planning

More than 6 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s and is expected to be 13 million by 2050. Estate planning can be a complex process on its own, but when Read More

Govern Your Medical Directives: Tips and Tools on How to Do That

When it comes to end-of-life planning, one of the more daunting tasks can be to talk about yourend-of-life arrangements and who will make the hard decisions when you cannot do Read More

Tips for Establishing Power of Attorney

Everything you need to know about Power of Attorney, Estate Planning, End-of-Life Planning, and Power of Attorney Read More

What is a Living Will and Why you Want One

What is a Living Will?  A living will is a legal document that outlines important medical and end-of-life wishes. Should you become incapacitated, a living will defines the medical treatments you Read More

Everything You Need to Know About Trusts

What Is a Trust? A trust is something you set up to manage your assets during your lifetime. Upon your death, the trust immediately transfers to the trustee, whereupon assets are Read More

Protect Your Business From Probate Problems

When you think of probate, you probably think about establishing a will or trust to leave important assets to your loved one, like the family home. But what about the Read More

Protecting your loved one from elder abuse

Protecting Your Loved One from Elder Abuse According to the Department of Justice's Elder Justice Initiative, at least 10% of adults age 60 or older will experience some form of elder Read More

Do I Need a Guardianship or a Conservatorship? What's the Difference?

n Florida, both guardianship and conservatorship are awarded the same rights, powers, and duties. The difference is if the person you are petitioning for is incapacitated or missing. If the Read More

Estate and Gift Taxes, Florida

Florida is Tax-Friendly: Gift and Estate Tax Need-to-Knows  You know the adage, “Nothing in life is certain except death and taxes?” Well, taxes can indeed feel like death when you are Read More

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