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ESTATE PLANNING PROVIDES LIFETIME PROTECTIONS

When most people think of estate planning, they think about giving their assets away after death. But, estate planning should involve so much more. An attorney discussing estate planning with his or ...
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ESTATE PLANNING TO AVOID PROBATE REQUIRES THOUGHT

Estate planning is something many put off for years and in some cases their entire life. Thinking of one's mortality is not necessarily appealing, and taking time with an attorney to prepare ...
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FLORIDA HOMESTEAD IS PROTECTED FROM CREDITORS

Most people know that Florida provides special tax treatment for homestead property. A more important benefit may be Florida's Constitution protection from creditor claims. Article X, Subsection 4 ...
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TRUSTS CAN BE CONFUSING-TRUST ME

Trusts have been around for centuries. Despite that long heritage, few people really understand trusts. There is not simply one type or form of trust. The same type of trust can even be referenced by ...
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ESTATE PLANNING MISTAKES TO AVOID

The internet is awash with help for the do it yourself estate planner. It is also full of tips for the do it yourself auto mechanic, home electrician or plumber. If you like, there are even kits and ...
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THE MYSTERY OF PROBATE

The first question many ask while preparing a Will is why does a Will have to go through probate? The answer to that question is a historical journey through the laws we inherited from England. In ...
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