24Feb, 2017

The Five Emotional Blocks of Estate Planning (and How to Overcome Them)

February 24th, 2017|Estate Planning|

Estate Planning with a LawyerThere is one topic that is emotionally charged, and that no one wants to discuss: Death. No one wants to admit that there is an expiration date on his or her life, but addressing that fact could protect yourself as well as your loved ones. After all, you have spent years building the perfect life for those you love. Now is the time […]

21Feb, 2017

How to Find a Qualified Estate Planning Attorney in Your Area

February 21st, 2017|Estate Planning|

Attorney HandshakeSearching for a good estate planning attorney can be a daunting task. There are dozens of attorneys to choose from in the area alone, and hundreds more across the state of Florida. Luckily, there are ways to narrow down the choices and find an attorney who will help you protect your investments, loved ones, and even your health.

Ask Family and Friends

The best referral resource is […]

27Jan, 2017

Do I Need a Revocable Living Trust?

January 27th, 2017|Estate Planning|

Jacksonville Living Trust Attorney is here to Protect Your Loved Ones and Yourself

Living trust and Estate Planning WillYou may have a will, but what about a revocable living trust?

Most people think of estate planning as planning for what happens after they die, but rarely do they consider what would happen if they became severely ill. After all, if you were too sick to make decisions on […]

20Jan, 2017

Will Your Old Estate Plan Still Work Today?

January 20th, 2017|Estate Planning|

Attorney Helping in Jacksonville Old Estate Planning Reviews

estate plan If you were to pull out your old estate plan, how relevant would it be today? When was the last time you looked at it? If you cannot remember, now is the time to review.

Most people are surprised to find that their estate plan is no longer relevant. Sometimes, the revelation comes too late. While creating an […]

23Dec, 2016

Thinking About a Reverse Mortgage? Consider Your Beneficiaries First

December 23rd, 2016|Estate Planning|

Florida Estate Planning Attorneys Explain how a Reverse Mortgage may Affect Beneficiaries

torn dollar billReverse mortgages are there to help seniors who do not have adequate funds for retirement. They tap into their home’s equity and receive monthly installments, but do not owe any payments on the home. With these loans, there is no principal or interest due on the mortgage. Instead, the loan accrues interest over time, […]