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What Are the Four Types of Probate Proceedings in Florida?

What Are the Four Types of Probate Proceedings in Florida?

When a person dies and their assets need to be distributed to their heirs, that is done through the process of probate. In Florida, there are four different ways that probates are administered. Which is right depends on circumstances such as the size of the estate, the length of time the person has been deceased,

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What Are The Steps Involved in Probate in Florida?

Probate is the legal process of verifying a deceased person’s last will and testament. Probate includes locating the deceased person’s assets, determining the assets’ value, settling an estate by paying any final taxes and bills, and passing the estate on to the beneficiaries. All steps in a probate are done to ensure that the person’s

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Why It's Crucial to Have a Will in Florida, No Matter Your Age

Why It’s Crucial to Have a Will in Florida, No Matter Your Age

Many people are reluctant to draft their own wills. They may think they have many years before their will is needed or they procrastinate because thinking about life after your death is unpleasant. Others assume that because their family is small, a will isn’t necessary. Regardless of your age or circumstances, it is important to

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My Recommended Resources for Grieving in Florida

My Recommended Resources for Grieving

When a beloved relative or friend dies, the depth of grief you feel knows no limits. If the person who passed away is so close to you it’s as if a part of you is gone too, you may wonder how you will ever go on.

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A Person Who Died Pay for Their Own Hospice And Funeral Expenses in FL

Can a Person Who Died Pay for Their Own Hospice and Funeral Expenses?

In a sense, yes  When a person passes away, they almost always have outstanding bills from the hospital, hospice, and/or funeral home. These bills can be costly. Experts estimate that funerals can cost up to $12,000, while hospital expenses in the last days of life can run tens of thousands more (thankfully, this is often

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When Do You Not Need a New Will? | Coral Springs, Florida

When Do You NOT Need a New Will?

If you drafted your will a long time ago, you may be thinking it’s time to take it out for review. You’re right. Reviewing a will every few years is a smart idea and one I regularly recommend to my clients.

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