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. 

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10Mar, 2022

How Important Is a Power of Attorney in Florida?

March 10th, 2022|Wills and Trust|

A Power of Attorney case in Florida.With a power of attorney, you can appoint someone to act on your behalf. This powerful legal document is important because you still maintain control over your life, but you have a plan if you need someone to make decisions for you. In this blog, we will discuss the different types of powers of attorney and why having one is important.

If […]

10Feb, 2022

Understanding the Importance of a Will and Living Trust

February 10th, 2022|Wills and Trust|

Discussing about the importance of will and living trust.Wills and living trusts are two common estate planning tools you can use to transfer assets to loved ones. The importance of a will and a living trust is that they provide a clear, enforceable way to provide for your family and plan your legacy.

Let’s explore the difference between a will and living trust so you can decide which […]

10Dec, 2021

Pros and Cons of Do-It-Yourself Florida Wills

December 10th, 2021|Wills and Trust|

A man deciding whether to make a do-it-yourself will.There’s no requirement for a lawyer to prepare your will. You know what you want to have happened after you pass away, so why not just write it yourself? While that’s certainly an option for some, and one that plenty of people choose, do-it-yourself Florida wills come with inherent risks.

What Is a Do-It-Yourself Will?

A do-it-yourself will is a will […]

10Sep, 2021

5 Reasons Why Millennials Need to Prepare a Will

September 10th, 2021|Wills and Trust|

male lawyer or judge consult having team meeting with clientWills are not just for the wealthy, the married, and the elderly. They’re also for the debt-ridden student, single people, and those born between 1981 and 1996. In other words, millennials need to prepare a will too.

Married or Unmarried, You Need to Decide Where Your Assets Will Go When You Die

One of the reasons why millennials need to […]