January 2018 Archives

Pursuing a wrongful death claim after the loss of a loved one

The unexpected loss of a loved one can be devastating for a Florida family, especially if the death was the result of an accident. It is particularly traumatic to learn that the negligent or reckless actions of another person are the reason why your loved one died. In some cases, grieving families could have the right to pursue financial compensation through a civil claim.

How Do I "Fund" My Living Trust?

Having a Living Trust has a number of advantages. A person can set up the Trust so that their assets can by-pass probate. This saves on time and expense in the distribution of the person's assets. In addition, by not going through probate, the distribution is private and not subjected to public disclosure.

Planning Paralysis: Don't Let Indecision Tank Your Estate Planning

When you begin the estate planning process, certain decisions have to be made by you. As it comes to your beneficiaries, you have to decide who will receive your assets and in what amounts or percentages. When it comes to distributing your estate, you must decide who will be in charge. As it relates to your health, you must decide who can speak with your medical providers on your behalf. If you have minor children, perhaps the biggest decision you face will be who will be their guardian--i.e. their caretaker--if something happens to you.

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