3Feb, 2020

What Are Your Options for Resolving Family Disputes During Probate?

February 3rd, 2020|Probate Proceedings|

One of the most difficult aspects of going through the probate process is dealing with disputes among family members. If your loved one did not leave an estate plan, if his or her estate plan is unclear or incomplete, or if there are questions regarding its validity, these are all issues that can require some form of intervention in order to achieve a final resolution.

Other issues […]

21Jan, 2020

What Should You Do If You Run into Issues during Probate in Florida?

January 21st, 2020|Probate, Probate Proceedings|

In an ideal scenario, the process of probating a loved one’s estate will go smoothly, and everyone involved in the process will be on the same page regarding how to wind up your loved one’s final affairs. Your loved one’s estate plan will provide clear guidance, and there will be no questions regarding its legal enforceability.

But, things do not always go according to plan. Ambiguities can […]

8Jan, 2020

When Is the Right Time to Seek Guardianship of Your Parent?

January 8th, 2020|Family Law|

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If your parent’s health is deteriorating and you are beginning to have concerns about your parent’s ability to protect his or her own wellbeing, you are right to be thinking about the legal options you have available. As our parents age, these types of situations become inevitable, and having a plan in place allows you to avoid uncomfortable, difficult, and potentially dangerous situations […]

21Dec, 2019

What Happens When Your Child with Special Needs Turns 18?

December 21st, 2019|Child Support|

You have a child with special needs, and up until this point you have focused your efforts on the present. You have consistently made sure that your child has everything he or she needs, and you have done what was necessary to ensure that your family has had the financial resources required to adequately provide for your child. But, your child is now quickly approaching age […]

8Dec, 2019

What Are the Key Provisions of a Will in Florida?

December 8th, 2019|Uncategorized|

In Florida, a will is a fundamental component of virtually any estate plan. Your will can – and should – serve a number of important purposes, and it should be carefully drafted with your personal goals and the specific requirements of Florida’s probate laws in mind.

While the substance of everyone’s will should be unique, there are a number of key provisions that are essential to building […]