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Who can serve as Personal Representative in Florida?

Who can serve as Personal Representative in Florida?

What is the difference between a Power of Attorney and a Durable Power of Attorney?

What is the difference between a Power of Attorney and a Durable Power of Attorney?

What is Probate?

What is Probate?

Estate Planning Tips

Estate Planning Tips Beneficiaries Need to be Placed on Accounts Lady Bird Deeds Revocable Trusts

What is a "Lady Bird Deed"?

Lady Bird Deeds also known as Enhanced Life Estate Deeds can be used in Florida to avoid probate.

Your New Business Partner Is Your Partner's Ex-Spouse

An article discussing the benefits of certain provisions in the governing documents of businesses and partnerships to address issues relating to divorce and estate planning

Passing without an Estate Plan

If you die without a will or a revocable living trust, your assets will pass to close family members in a manner that the Minnesota legislature has determined. However, there are some assets that will pass by beneficiary designations too. In effect, you have multiple estate plans in place.

Financial Planners and The Florida Asset Protection Trust

Financial Planners and The Florida Asset Protection Trust

Fair and Equal Estate Planning

Fair and Equal Estate Planning

Probate and Long Term Health Care

Probate and Long Term Health Care

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