Probate Issues: What is Undue Influence?

Fri May 28, 2021 | Probate |

It is not uncommon for people’s priorities to change during the course of their lifetime. Relationships sour, certain causes become more important than before, or people find themselves with more assets to dispose of than they had previously. As a result, people routinely make changes to their wills. Unfortunately, these […]

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What Happens if You Die Without a Will in Florida?

Fri May 14, 2021 | Probate |

Many people think that estate planning is only for the wealthy, or you only need a will if you have expensive assets. While wealthy people may have more intense estate planning needs, estate planning is for everyone. At a minimum, you should at least have a will for the reasons […]

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Is It Time to Review Your Estate Plan?

Fri Apr 30, 2021 | Estate Planning |

It is quite common for people to create a will while making other estate plans and then think their estate planning is finished. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Estate planning should be an active, ongoing process rather than something you do once and then forget about. If you haven’t […]

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Probate Issues: What if a Personal Representative Breaches Their Fiduciary Duty?

Fri Apr 16, 2021 | Probate |

The personal representative named in a will has a tremendous amount of responsibility when it comes to the probate process. In a nutshell, this responsibility is referred to as their “fiduciary duty.” A fiduciary duty is the obligation to act in someone else’s interest rather than their own. Some of […]

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