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Revocable Trusts

Revocable Trusts

by on May 20th, 2020 in Estate Planning Law, Wills, Trusts and Probate
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The primary advantage of having a Revocable Trust vs. a Will is that assets titled in the name of the Revocable Trust avoid probate upon your death.

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How to Choose a Trustee

How to Choose a Trustee

by on May 11th, 2020 in Estate Planning Law, Wills, Trusts and Probate
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Choosing a Trustee to oversee a beneficiary’s inheritance following your death is an important estate planning decision to be made.

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Myth #4: Trusts Avoid Taxes

Myth #4: Trusts Avoid Taxes

by on May 1st, 2020 in Estate Planning Law, Wills, Trusts and Probate
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“Trusts avoid taxes,” it is important to realize that both “trusts” and “taxes” are loaded terms that can have different meanings, depending on the context.

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Myth #3: Assets in Trust are Protected from Creditors

Myth #3: Assets in Trust are Protected from Creditors

by on April 30th, 2020 in Estate Planning Law, Wills, Trusts and Probate
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Assets you place in trust for your own benefit during your lifetime are not protected from your creditors.

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If You Die Without a Will, Your Property Goes to the Government

MYTH #2: If You Die Without a Will, Your Property Goes to the Government

by on April 28th, 2020 in Estate Planning Law, Wills, Trusts and Probate
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A common misconception about probate in Florida is that if you die without a Will, your property will go to the government or to the State of Florida.

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The 4 Most Common Estate Planning Myths Myth #1: Wills Avoid Probate

THE 4 MOST COMMON ESTATE PLANNING MYTHS | MYTH #1: WILLS AVOID PROBATE (PART 2)

by on April 28th, 2020 in Estate Planning Law, Wills, Trusts and Probate
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One of the biggest misconceptions about estate planning is the belief that having a Last Will & Testament avoids probate.

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The 4 Most Common Estate Planning Myths Myth #1: Wills Avoid Probate

The 4 Most Common Estate Planning Myths | Myth #1: Wills Avoid Probate (Part 1)

by on April 27th, 2020 in Estate Planning Law, Wills, Trusts and Probate
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One of the biggest misconceptions about estate planning is the belief that having a Last Will & Testament avoids probate.

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Top 5 Key Ingredients in Will Preparation

Top 5 Key Ingredients in Will Preparation

by on November 25th, 2019 in Estate Planning Law, Wills, Trusts and Probate
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A Last Will & Testament is a fundamental part of any comprehensive estate plan; likewise, will preparation is one of the most basic skills of a seasoned estate planning attorney.

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Safeguarding Your Assets from Creditors & Lawsuits

Safeguarding Your Assets from Creditors & Lawsuits

by on November 18th, 2019 in Estate Planning Law, Wills, Trusts and Probate
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An integral part of estate planning should always include an assessment of the client’s liability exposure, regardless of their profession.

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Incorporating Art & Collectibles into Your Estate Plan

Incorporating Art & Collectibles into Your Estate Plan

by on July 23rd, 2019 in Estate Planning Law, Wills, Trusts and Probate
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Whether investing in art for love, money, or both, collectors of all types of art and collectibles should incorporate their collections into their overall estate plans.

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