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March 2019 Archives

Estate planning critical re children with special needs

Creating wills and other related documents is critical for adults of all ages who own assets in Florida. However, estate planning is especially critical for those who have children with special needs. A major challenge that the parents of these children face is not being able to know for sure the kind of care their children will need. They also do not know what government benefits the children will qualify for upon turning 18.

Estate planning critical for older singles

People in Florida who are older, single and have no children may not have thought much about creating wills over the years. Instead, they may have been focused on building their careers and dealing with their various financial responsibilities from day to day. However, as they draw near retirement, it is critical that they pay greater attention to estate planning. Here are a few estate planning tips for singles who are close to their golden years.

Consumers procrastinate on estate planning for various reasons

Duties that are viewed as not interesting or enjoyable are often placed on the back burner. In light of this, it may come as no surprise that many consumers in Florida and elsewhere procrastinate when it comes to estate planning. Here are a few reasons why people procrastinate on creating estate plans and why this generally is not a good idea.

Probate administration possible without a will

When people in Florida pass away without wills, their surviving loved ones become preoccupied with figuring out how to distribute or transfer their property. This typically requires going through the probate process. Here is a glimpse at what the probate administration process involves when someone passes away with no will.

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