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What Are the Elements of a Valid Will in Florida?

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Whether you live in Tampa or elsewhere in the state of Florida, one of the most important aspects of the estate planning process is drafting a will. Unlike some other states, the requirements for a valid will in Florida are very specific, and state law does not recognize certain types of wills that other… Read More »

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What You Should Know About Prenuptial Agreements Before Divorce

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When you are thinking about filing for divorce in Florida, you should always work with an experienced Tampa divorce attorney to ensure that your case runs as smoothly as possible. One of the ways in which your divorce might not go exactly as planned is if you have a premarital agreement—also known as a… Read More »

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Your Guide to Virtual Visitation Rights in Florida

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Living separately from your children always presents some challenges. Although, with modern technology, parents have more options than ever to help them keep in close contact with their kids — regardless of where they live. To account for this change, Florida enacted a virtual visitation law. Also known as the electronic communication statute, this… Read More »

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How to Create a Revocable Living Trust in Florida

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A revocable living trust is widely considered to be one of the most effective estate planning tools. It allows people to efficiently transfer assets to their beneficiaries, all while avoiding probate and maintaining full control over their property during their lifetime. Here, our Tampa estate planning lawyers highlight four of the key steps that… Read More »

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How Divorce Affects a Child’s Educational Achievements

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When parents in Hillsborough County decide to get divorced, they often worry about how their decision to split up will impact the emotional well-being of their children. In some cases, parents focus on the immediate aftermath of the divorce and their kids’ reactions to spending time in two separate households and splitting time between… Read More »

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How Do I Establish Paternity in Florida?

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Whether you are a father who is seeking child custody in Florida or a mother who is seeking to obtain child custody from your child’s biological father, you may be wondering how to establish paternity. Even in situations where the parents were in a long-term relationship and both raised the child together for a… Read More »

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What is the Difference Between a Divorce and an Annulment in Florida?

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

If you are thinking about ending your marriage, you might be wondering whether you should file for divorce or seek an annulment. In colloquial terms, many people assume that annulment is a procedure for marriages that are short-lived, or that were entered into by both parties without enough foresight. In other words, there is… Read More »

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Triggering Events for Reevaluating Your Estate Plan

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

Should you reevaluate your estate planning strategy? This is a question that most people should consider at various points in their lives. What are some of the reasons that you should consider reevaluating your estate plan, and how often should you do this? In short, there are frequently triggering events that necessitate a return… Read More »

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New Study Says Social Media and Texting Might Make Divorce Easier for Children

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

Divorce in Tampa is difficult on all parties involved, from the spouses to children from the marriage. Even when a couple makes the joint decision to get divorced, the process of dissolving a marriage has both financial and emotional repercussions. To be sure, even in situations where the parents agree to co-parent for the… Read More »

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Learning About Specific Types of Trusts in Estate Planning

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

We recently discussed some of the most common structures of trusts with you, including revocable trusts, irrevocable trusts, and testamentary trusts. As we explained, these types of trusts allow an individual to ensure that assets pass to specific beneficiaries at certain points in time. In some cases, trusts allow the beneficiary to obtain the… Read More »

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