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Preparing for incapacity

Proper estate planning is a must for Florida families. The worst-case scenario is that a family member becomes incapacitated, without the legal structure in place for their family to make decisions and handle their affairs. Then, the family may end up struggling to...

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Appointing an estate administrator

When you prepare your last will and testament, you will normally name someone to serve as the executor of your estate. However, if you are a Florida resident and fail to do so, or if you die intestate, the probate court will appoint someone to administer your estate....

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