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What Is the Right Age to Consider Estate Planning Documents

Last month, my partners and I were fortunate enough to be featured on B103.9's Morning Show, aka “Big Momma and the Wild Bunch.” It was definitely a memorable and exciting experience. ...
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Simple vs. Complex Wills: Which Should You Choose?

While most people understand that a will is something they should have, their understanding of the functions that it serves is usually limited. What should your will say? And more importantly, will a ...
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What Happens if Someone Passes Away Without a Will?

In the event that someone passes away without a will in Florida, state intestate succession laws will dictate how assets are distributed. While the state does implement guidelines, without a will in ...
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Wills in Fort Myers

No matter how large or small your personal estate may be, having a last will and testament is very important and can provide peace of mind knowing that should you meet an untimely demise, your ...
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What is Digital Probate?

For the longest time, assets and their records used to all be physical, collected in stacks of mail, file cabinets full of paperwork, and other organizational methods. In the modern age, though, ...
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How Can a Will Become Contested?

Sometimes even the most-carefully drafted wills are going to go through probate. The question that arises is how long will it remain there? If everything goes to plan and the estate in question is ...
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