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Florida Law as it Relates to Beneficiary Estate Planning Contests
Florida Law as it Relates to Beneficiary Estate Planning Contests

Navigating No-Contest Provisions in Wills and Trusts Trust contests and will contests are not only expensive and time-consuming but can disrupt your intended plans for your loved ones’ futures. Here at Your Advocates, we understand the importance of estate planning ...

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    Foreign investors can stand to make a decent profit and a strong reputation through holding or renting property in the United States — but only if ...

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    While most people understand that a will is something they should have, their understanding of the functions that it serves is usually limited. What ...

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    It can be a considerable challenge for people with chronic illnesses and mental disabilities to take care of themselves. Many require a caretaker to ...

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  • Understanding Trusts in Fort Myers

    Unlike a will, a trust is used to create a legal entity that can hold assets for your benefit or the benefit of another while you are alive. Trusts ...

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    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 ...

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