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Learn About Probate Fees From An Estate Planning Attorney

Navigating the legal terrain of probate and estate planning can be overwhelming. However, there are experienced professionals who are willing to help make the process smoother and more cost-effective. An estate planning attorney can save you lots of money in the long run by avoiding expensive probate fees. When you’re not adequately prepared to deal…

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How A Real Estate Attorney Can Help With Escrow

There are many factors involved in the process of buying a home – some of which you may not be thinking about as you pick out furniture, decide on paint colors, and start packing up your stuff. One such factor of home ownership is escrow, which involves a third party – as in, not the…

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Questions Your Will Lawyer Asks When Drafting Your Will

Estate planning can be an incredibly stressful process, especially when it comes to drafting your will. Why not talk to a will lawyer about your options? Though it can come with many complications, entrusting the help of an experienced estate planning lawyer can make the procedure run smoothly. While finding the right attorney will require…

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What Is A Title Policy?

A title policy is something every title insurance attorney is familiar with. However, the concept can be strange to those who haven’t spent years studying about it. Title insurance protects both the future homeowner and even the seller from any defects in the title. This means that if there is anything wrong with the title…

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What Goes Into Setting Up A Living Trust In Florida?

In most instances, our death and what happens to our belongings after our passing is not a pressing priority until it becomes a near reality. However, it’s always a good idea to be prepared for the inevitable. Setting up a living trust is one of the best ways to cover your bases. Setting up a…

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Common Second Marriage Inheritance Issues

Remarrying can be a great new opportunity for you and your family. However, it can also bring along some unforeseen challenges involving the inheritance of your estate. This process can be even more complicated if you have children from a previous marriage. The following guide offers some steps you can follow to avoid these issues…

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What Is Probate and How Can I Avoid it?

Probate is the Court-supervised procedure by which someone who dies can get the property they leave behind at the time of death to their designated beneficiaries. Negatives To Probate Costs involved (thousands of dollars in probate attorney fees & court costs) Length of time it takes (6-12 months) Do I Need To Have A Probate…

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Probate Law: The Difference Between Probate & Non-Probate

Estate planning is vital to ensure that you are adequately cared for during your lifetime. It also guarantees that your family and loved ones are cared for after you’ve passed away. Understanding the difference between probate and non-probate in probate law will give you peace of mind. The probate process can be complicated without the…

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Estate Planning: Understanding Inheritance Laws

With so much happening in daily life, it’s easy to let legal preparations for the future slide to the bottom of the priority list. However, this is not always the wisest decision. Whether you’re looking to set up your estate planning to or you’re looking to incorporate a trust, it helps to understand the basics…

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Ask A Foreclosure Defense Attorney Common Legal Issues

As we continue to face the challenge of COVID-19, including unemployment and layoffs, more and more people face the unfortunate foreclosure of their homes. Losing housing is the last thing anyone wants to happen, which is why forbearance agreements and repayment plans have increased in popularity over the past year. Before you jump into one…

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