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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 living wills can do and why they are so important in the estate planning process.

Defining the different types of power of attorney

Few people i Hernando County want to think about dying, yet even fewer likely want to consider what might happen should they become incapacitated. Not having any written documentation stipulating who one wants to endow with decision-making privileges should he or she ever lose the power to do so can be just as risky as dying without a will, except that in the former scenario, there are no laws in place to help make up for one's lack of planning. 

Important estate planning steps for new parents

If you are among the many new parents across Florida, you may find that sleeping schedules, feeding schedules and exhaustion now dominate your day-to-day life. Given all you have going on, it can be easy to let something like estate planning fall to the wayside, but once you become a parent, it becomes even more important that you have your ducks in a row with regard to future plans. At the Day Law Office, we understand the unique estate planning needs faced by new parents, and we have helped many clients in similar positions begin to formulate plans for the future.

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 only on last year's taxes, now is a great time for you to look ahead and how you might develop or change your estate plan to put you and your heirs in a better financial situation.

People need to alter their wills after a divorce

A divorce equals a lot of changes coming into your life. You and your spouse should have created wills after marriage, and upon a divorce, the two of you also need to make sure your wills receive updates. The state of Florida does help a bit with this. In 2012, the state passed legislation automatically revoking beneficiary designations in people's wills in the event of a divorce. 

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 it constantly throughout the years. One time when you definitely want to alter it occurs when you move to another state

What is a revocable trust?

While it is true that a revocable trust often allows heirs to skip probate in Florida, there are several elements to consider before settling on it as the best way to handle your estate. The term “revocable” means that you can still alter or terminate the document unless you become incapacitated, or impaired mentally and physically.

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