Estate planning for new parents

Florida parents generally have a lot to think about when setting up their estate plans. Even if your estate plan is already solidified, it will need major edits once you become a parent. If you don't have an estate plan in place, making one ensures that your child...

Senior citizens and estate planning

While all Florida adults can benefit from estate planning, it becomes more important as people grow older. Senior citizens can use estate planning to ensure that their wishes will be followed after they pass away and that their assets and belongings will be...

Estate planning for blended families

Planning your estate is a necessity that is often broached too late in life, causing unnecessary stress and confusion. If you have made the decision to get started with the planning of your estate for your blended family in the state of Florida, there are a few...

Guardianship for Specials Needs Child

When a child reaches the age of 18, they become an adult in the eyes of the law. In Florida, that means they have the right to be notified and consent to evaluations as well as the right to invite others into IEP meetings and they also have a right to decide the...

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