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How do you sell an inherited Florida timeshare?

Selling a timeshare in Florida is challenging even under the best circumstances. If you had to do this as part of your duties as the executor of an estate, there could be even more for you to consider. This goes beyond whether you want to keep the property. When you...

Tips for rebuilding credit after bankruptcy

As someone struggling with increasingly overwhelming medical, credit card or other debt, you may be thinking about filing for bankruptcy so you can get that fresh start you desperately need. While filing for bankruptcy may, in fact, be able to help you get your...

Establishing paternity in Florida

These days, an increasingly high percentage of American babies are born to parents who were never married, and such situations can give rise to a wide range of highly emotional and paternity-related issues. Maybe you are the mother of a child and the person you...

When must claims against an estate be submitted?

Most in Hernando County may view the probate process as only dealing with the distribution of assets to an estate's beneficiaries. Yet the actual purpose is to settle all of a decedent's financial affairs. This includes any creditors claims that might...

Selecting the right executor for your estate

You have the right to determine where your belongings go after you pass. Thankfully, a proper estate plan and will can help to make sure that happens. Along with those elements, it is important to have the right parties in place to enforce your written orders. That is...

Who gets the pet after a divorce?

Pets are like beloved members of the family to most people. That’s why deciding who gets custody of the pets after a divorce can be so emotionally trying. It’s best for you and your ex to come to an agreement on your own, and PetMD offers the following...

What is a special needs trust?

If one of your children is a special needs child, you may wish to consider establishing a Florida special needs trust for him or her. As FindLaw explains, a special needs trust is one that you set up for the benefit of your child, naming him or her the beneficiary of...