Category: Estate Planning

Do You Need an Asset Protection Plan?

Fri Dec 30, 2022 | Asset Protection |

Asset protection is an often-overlooked element of careful estate planning. This is because people rarely look beyond providing for their family after they are gone – they assume that it is sufficient to set up a trust or draft a will that directs how their assets should be distributed. The […]

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Your Loved One Died Without a Will – Now What?

Mon Oct 31, 2022 | Estate Planning |

Even though they are easy to draft and relatively inexpensive, people die without wills more often than you might expect. This can cause a lot of anxiety for surviving family members and even lead to conflict. If your loved one has died without a will and you don’t know what […]

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The Probate Litigation Process: Here’s What You Need to Know

Thu Jun 30, 2022 | Estate Planning |

When someone dies, their estate must be admitted to probate in order to legally transfer their assets to their heirs. The process is court-supervised and is largely administerial, particularly when the will is clear and the personal representative is conscientious in performing their duties. Along the way, heirs, beneficiaries, and […]

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What is Tortious Interference with an Inheritance?

Fri Apr 29, 2022 | Estate Planning |

There is a broad spectrum of potential claims when discussing probate litigation, with will disputes and breach of fiduciary duty claims being among the most common. However, there is a relatively new type of claim that is becoming increasingly common – tortious interference with an expected inheritance. A Boca Raton […]

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