Tag Archives: Tampa Estate Planning Lawyers

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What Types Of Trusts Can I Create With An Estate Planning Lawyer?

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An essential part of estate planning for any high asset individual, or for anyone who has a child or another dependent with special needs, is creating a trust. Yet trusts certainly are for more than just wealthy individuals. While they can allow high net worth people in the Tampa area to seek tax protection… Read More »

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What is the Difference Among a Power of Attorney, a Health Care Power of Attorney, and a Living Will?

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If you are thinking about drafting estate planning documents in Florida, you may have heard about both a power of attorney and the more specific health care power of attorney. Whether you are putting plans in place because you recently had children and want to plan for the future, or if you are getting… Read More »

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Marital Debt and Estate Planning for Older Adults

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There are many issues that older adults face when it comes to marriage later in life and estate planning. Given that the rate of “gray divorce,” or divorce among seniors, continues to rise, this also means that there are more single people aged 65 and older who are getting remarried. For many seniors, the… Read More »

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How To Choose A Healthcare Surrogate

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Your estate plans have many components. One of these is your plans for your medical treatment in the future. In your estate plan, you can state your desires regarding certain medical procedures so your doctors and other healthcare providers can act within your desires when you are unable to voice them. In addition to… Read More »

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Estate Planning Basics

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Most people know the prudent thing to do to protect their assets and provide future financial assistance for their family is to invest the time and effort into creating a well thought out estate plan. What may be unclear, however, is how an estate plan works and what they typically include. First, estate plans… Read More »

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Reducing the Likelihood of Family Fighting Over an Inheritance

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Losing a loved one is always a difficult event to process, and the time it takes to transition through the natural grief process is different for everyone. Part of the difficulty comes from the demands of arranging the funeral and sorting out the legal aspects for gaining access to funds to cover last minute… Read More »

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Important Questions to Ask Aging Parents

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As individuals start to thrive professionally and raise a growing family, they are often faced with the prospect of their parents’ mortality, and the accompanying concerns of what will happen once death occurs. Starting a conversation about end-of-life questions is not easy, and aging parents may be reluctant to discuss their estate plans, but… Read More »

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What Happens to Your Estate Planning after Divorce?

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Marriage brings a lot of change beyond the emotional and practical shifts in location and behavior. Many legal rights and obligations are created as of the day a couple marries that create implications reaching far into the future, including after death. While estate planning may not be on the agenda of newly-married couples, at… Read More »

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How to Modify the Terms of a Trust

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Estate planning offers individuals a number of options as they decide how to arrange property management and disposition after death. One of the more popular alternatives that confer a number of tax and financial benefits are trusts. Trusts involve holding an interest in property by one party, a trustee, for the benefit of another,… Read More »

Estate Planning for Family Members with Special Needs

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Planning for the future of one’s family after death requires considerable thought about what arrangement would be best for each person individually and the group overall. Certainly, estate plans can take a number of forms, which allows anyone a good amount of flexibility when deciding which alternative to choose. However, this process quickly becomes… Read More »

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