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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...

Divorce dispute ends in shooting

Many in Hernando County may currently be experiencing domestic abuse at the hands of a spouse. Some might say that those in such situations should simply leave. Those suffering from such violence, however, may find that leaving is not as easy as many outsiders may...

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...

The basics of trusts

People in Florida who want to understand their options when it comes to estate planning should know that a will is far from the only type of tool that may benefit them. For many people, the use of a trust can be a beneficial asset in protecting their estate and...

3 tips for negotiating debt repayment with creditors

When over your head in debt, the first solution that may come to your mind is filing for bankruptcy. Doing so can protect your property, stop creditor harassment and help you start over. However, it is not the only option available. Depending on the type of debt...

Splitting up or paying off debt when you divorce

Couples in Florida who get separated and plan to divorce know they will have to go through the process of splitting up their assets. In addition, they will also have to decide how to split up any joint debt. This may not always be an easy task, especially if the...