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Estate Planning Tips for Florida Residents

Estate Planning Tips for Florida Residents

Estate planning is an important part of protecting your assets and wishes, but sometimes, it’s hard to sift through the details and know where to start. You may also need help from an expert to confirm you are addressing all the various aspects of the estate planning...

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How to Choose an Estate Planning Attorney

How to Choose an Estate Planning Attorney

Estate planning is a vital part of protecting your assets and wishes; however, choosing the right attorney in the first place is essential to making it a smooth, comfortable process. While our experienced attorneys are ready to help you with your estate plans, we hope...

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2024 Medicaid and VA Updates

2024 Medicaid and VA Updates

Each year, millions of people rely upon Medicaid services and Veterans Affairs (VA) programs and benefits for a range of health care matters, such as chronic disease management, dental services, essential health benefits, behavioral health treatment, and more. As a...

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What Happens if You Pass Away Without a Will?

What Happens if You Pass Away Without a Will?

In the unfortunate event that you pass away without a will, the distribution of your property may become subject to the laws of intestacy. This means that a local probate court may have to step in and decide how to distribute your assets. Without written documentation...

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Estate Planning Checklist for Florida Residents

Estate Planning Checklist for Florida Residents

Estate planning is one of the most important steps you can take to protect your wishes. Estate plan documents advocate for your wishes should you become unable to manage your own affairs. Additionally, these documents ensure your wishes are followed for your...

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Prepare for Your Estate Planning Consultation

Prepare for Your Estate Planning Consultation

Estate planning is a specialized field requiring the knowledge and skill of a professional. As such, one of the most important steps you can take in the estate planning process is choosing the right legal advice from a proper estate planning attorney. When choosing an...

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Estate Planning for Unmarried Couples

Estate Planning for Unmarried Couples

Unmarried Florida Couples Need Estate Plans Estate planning is important for everyone but especially so, in the absence of children or a legal spouse, the most common natural heirs when someone passes. For single people, unmarried couples, or couples without children,...

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Understanding Probate Litigation

Understanding Probate Litigation

Disputes over a deceased person's will or estate are something many people only hear about in a sensationalized way via a headline or Hollywood. However, probate litigation is a very real legal proceeding that can happen to anyone's estate. As you consider how to set...

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What Can a Case Manager Help Me With?

What Can a Case Manager Help Me With?

Case manager is a term that applies to different areas of expertise. Most broadly, a case manager is a service provider who assesses a client's needs and connects the client to appropriate, available community resources. If you are considering whether or...

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Understanding Veteran’s Benefits

Understanding Veteran’s Benefits

Although millions of American veterans, disabled veterans, and their families qualify for veterans’ benefits, few receive them. What accounts for this tragedy? This is due in part to confusion over the benefits and eligibility requirements as well as the complexity of...

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How to Find a Good Elder Law Attorney in Florida

How to Find a Good Elder Law Attorney in Florida

When we think about living in Florida, we focus on daily living and enjoying the beauty and pleasant weather. However, as someone approaches their golden years or begins to experience health issues, daily living shifts. This is especially true if you’re loved one...

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What is Probate Court?

What is Probate Court?

Probate is a word you hear often when it comes to estate planning, wills, trusts, etc., but you may not be fully aware of what it means. If you wonder about how probate matters work in Florida and what probate court is, read on for important information from our...

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