January 30, 2018

When developing an estate plan, many pet owners don’t address what to do about their pets in the case of owner incapacitation or death. Loyal pet owners should make sure that there is plan in place. In the state of Florida, what options do I have to ensure the wellbein...

January 25, 2018

Art collectors are notorious for acquiring artwork, but not selling them. For art collectors, their art pieces are extremely special and personal- not expendable. Because of this, when an art collector passes, he/she leaves his/her collections behind. However, most art...

January 16, 2018

According to Article V, Section 17 of the Constitution of the State of Florida, “all justices and judges shall automatically retire at age 70.” However, the Constitution Revision Commission's (CRC) Judicial Committee recently voted unanimously to raise the retirement a...

January 16, 2018

A holographic will is a will that is entirely handwritten and signed by the testator, the person who created the will. Although holographic wills are less common, they still do exist and are something probate lawyers occasionally come in contact with. However, how vali...

January 11, 2018

Natural disasters, such as the Snow Bomb and California’s mudslide, have been highlighted in the latest news cycles. The unpredictability of these natural disasters make it difficult for people to prepare properly for them. Because of this, it is important for estate-p...

January 5, 2018

The estate-planning process can seem confusing and stressful. However, we write our blog posts to better explain the misconceptions and difficult topics that people often misinterpret and misunderstand. A trustee is an important term to comprehend when learning about e...

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