25May, 2022

What You Should Know About Long-Term Healthcare and Probate

May 25th, 2022|Probate|

long-term healthcare and probateAbout 60% of Americans will need assistance with daily tasks at some point in their lives. The need for long-term care may be the result of a sudden illness or simply the effects of aging. Long-term care can be costly, so it’s important to plan appropriately for this expense.

In this blog, we explain what […]

25May, 2022

Valid Will in Florida: What Are the Requirements?

May 25th, 2022|Wills and Trust|

Valid Will in FloridaWhile it’s essential to write a will, having one only makes a difference if it actually works. To make a valid will in Florida, the document you create must meet all legal requirements. In this blog, we explain how to make a will in Florida that’s legally enforceable and effective when the time comes to use it. 

What Is a Last Will […]

11May, 2022

Can An Estate Plan Protect Your Children from Previous Marriage?

May 11th, 2022|Estate Planning|

how to protect your children with estate planning from previous marriageRemarriage is an impactful decision for your new and old family. If you are divorced or widowed, marrying again is an opportunity to start fresh. It is also an opportunity to address your wealth, your assets, and your plan to provide for your children. Whether this is your second or fourth marriage, the family dynamic is […]

11May, 2022

Guardianship Hearing: What To Expect

May 11th, 2022|Guardianship|

Guardianship LawyersIf you have or are planning to initiate guardianship over a loved one, it’s helpful to know what lies ahead. Guardianship proceedings can be lengthy and emotional. The thought of attending the hearing and answering questions from a judge may seem intimidating, but rest easy. In this blog, we’ll explain the guardianship process and what you can expect at a guardianship hearing.

Initiate […]

22Mar, 2022

What You Should Know About Adult Guardianship in Florida

March 22nd, 2022|Guardianship|

A woman thinking about adult guardianship in Florida.It is difficult and emotional to watch a loved one lose the ability to live independently. There is the fear that they may be taken advantage of or get into a harmful situation. With adult guardianship, the court will appoint a capable person to make important decisions for your loved one. Although certain rights are taken away, adult guardianship may provide […]