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A Probate Attorney Discusses Handwritten Wills

Earlier this year, three handwritten documents which seem to have been written by Aretha Franklin were found. The documents are suspected to be wills, and their appearance has thrown a wrench into the works of the estate probate court proceedings. Are these documents valid under state law? How do they affect probate? Is a probate…

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Foreclosure Defense Attorney Discusses The Impact Of Another Recession On Real Estate

Everyone remembers the devastating effects of the 2008 housing market crash. Now, after 10 years, many people are beginning to question if another recession can be expected soon and how that will affect real estate. Combine this with changing interest rates, threats of tariffs, and U.S. Treasury bond yield curve inversion and you have many…

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Real Estate Attorney Breaks Down Property Taxes

Florida’s property taxes can be a little complicated to understand if you’re not familiar with the property market in the area. Tax laws in Florida differ from other countries because there is no personal income tax that is charged. If you’re looking to buy property in Florida for the first time, it would be helpful…

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Estate Planning Basics – Does My Will Carry Across Other States?

Retiring in the Sunshine State is a dream come true for many people. The hassle of transferring documents like your driver’s license, bank information, and voter registration, make it common for new residents to overlook changes they may need to make to guarantee their will carries across state lines. Typically, if your will was legal…

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What Is A Shareholder Agreement?

We don’t like to admit it, but in business, things can go terribly wrong. Basic operation agreements are something that every future and current business owner should consider before it’s too late. Whether you’re deciding to include additional shareholders or join a company as a shareholder, it’s an extensive and complex process. The objective is…

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Estate Planning Guide For Non-US Citizens

Estate planning is a complicated but necessary part of any financial plan and a noble undertaking for the benefit of people you care about. For non-U.S. citizens who reside permanently in the United States, estate planning becomes an even more complex and nuanced operation. This guide will demystify some of that complexity. Common Terminology Before…

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Corporate Law: How To Incorporate Your Business

How do you know when the company that you own has become a legal, operating corporation? There is so much jargon tied to owning a company and you can easily get lost among the legalities. Deciding to incorporate your business includes important business decisions that are best executed with expert legal counsel. Benefits of Incorporating…

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The Importance Of Operating Agreements For An LLC

Starting a new business is a very exciting time as you begin to transform your dreams into reality. It requires a lot of hard work, strategizing, and refining various skills. During this time, many people forget about the underlying paperwork that allows your business to operate legally within your state. While your entrepreneurial spirit may not…

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Title Insurances FAQs

Title insurance is one of the most overlooked forms of insurance that property owners can purchase. It may seem unnecessary at first, but it can save you from a lot of unnecessary expenses and headaches when purchasing your new property.  Remember that purchasing your own home or business property may be the biggest investment you…

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Commercial Real Estate Owners Take Heed Of Your Tenants Business

Commercial real estate owners put an incredible amount of trust into tenants and their businesses. Not only do they trust the tenants will pay their rent on time, but real estate owners also must trust that the tenants have a profitable business that will continue to bring in revenue. Delinquent tenants cause heavy amounts of…

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