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Living Wills and the COVID-19 Pandemic: What Do You Need to Know?

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has caused unprecedented changes to our way of life, and it has caused many people to think carefully about their...
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How Do You Transfer Title to a Car After the Owner Passes Away in Florida?

Typically, the process of transferring title to a car involves the transferor and transferee (i.e. the seller and the buyer) signing the title and then...
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4 Common Mistakes Women (and Men) Make When It Comes to Estate Planning

When it comes to life planning, which, again, is what we call estate planning, there are a number of common mistakes that women (and men)...
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Estate Planning & COVID-19: What Factors Should You Consider? What Do You Need to Know?

If you are like most people, the sudden and profound impacts of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic have been overwhelming, and the constant media coverage...
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How to Avoid Probate in Florida

When it comes to planning for the future, having a clear and well-considered life plan is essential to preserving your assets, protecting your family, and...
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An Introduction to ABLE Accounts for Florida Parents of Children with Special Needs

Enacted in 2014, the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act provides important benefits to families that have children with special needs. Under the ABLE...
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Celebrity Estate Planning Mistakes: Sonny Bono

What happens when you die without a will? When Sonny Bono died in a skiing accident in 1998, the court battles that followed provided a...
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What are Your “Digital Assets” and How Should They Factor into Your Estate Plan?

Increasingly, more and more aspects of our lives are going online. From social media accounts to online businesses, and from digital media storage to cryptocurrency...
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Estate Planning Considerations During the COVID-19 Crisis (and Other Unprecedented Events)

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has changed life in America in unprecedented ways; and, at this point, it is not clear when-or if-things will completely...
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Special Estate Planning Considerations for Women

On average, women tend to live longer than men, and the gender pay gap continues to place women at a financial disadvantage. These two facts...
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Using a Postnuptial Agreement to Plan Around Florida’s Homestead Laws

In a recent article, we discussed some of the estate planning implications of Florida's homestead laws, and we noted that creating a postnuptial agreement may...
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Can (and Should) You Use a Prenuptial or Postnuptial Agreement as an Estate Planning Tool?

As a fiancé or spouse, it is never too soon - or too late - to plan for the future. In fact, putting together a...