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What about your kids?

It is easy to fall into the trap of thinking that estate planning on applies to how your assets and property will be dispersed amongst your beneficiaries in Hernando County once you are gone. In reality, there are many more facets to it that you need to consider...

How can I create a living will?

Among other estate planning documents, living wills are essential. Whereas a conventional will dictates what you’d like done with your assets and property, a living will specifies what kind of end-of-life care you would prefer. The Mayo Clinic explains what...

How to alter your will after a divorce

Divorce is a tumultuous time. In addition to having to determine child custody and property division, you also need to change your living trust and will. As soon as the divorce is final, you want to get to work making sure these documents contain essential updates....

Methods to limit will contests

People find wills to be helpful in denoting their desires in regards to the handling of their affairs once they pass. One of the most important designations of a will is the distribution of assets.  Some recipients may try to contest the will, which...

Estate planning is not a one-time event

As the first month of the new calendar year has now passed, many people are turning their attention to the upcoming tax season. However, Florida residents could also take the chance at this time of year to review their larger financial picture. Instead of focusing...

Update your will after moving to Florida

If you already have a will written and approved by an attorney, then you are already far ahead of most American adults. However, a will should never remain a stagnant document. If you create your will early on in life in your 20s or 30s, then you will need to update...