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Category: Estate Planning

Estate Planning For Your Family’s Future

Most people forget that estate planning is as much a part of life as it is of death. In fact, planning for your death should never be too far from your mind as you go through life’s major milestones – marriage, having children, and for some, divorce. Properly planning for your eventual passing is one…

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Estate Planning For Mental & Physical Incapacity

It’s a morbid thing to think about, but estate planning for our eventual deaths is unfortunately a necessary evil. When someone you love has experienced a traumatic injury or illness that’s left them disabled or with a debilitating medical condition, having your estate and affairs in order is something you need to consider. Preparing for…

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A Look At Estate Law Tax Changes in 2022

Understanding tax law changes for the fiscal year 2022 is important. At Handin Law, we can notify you of these important changes, so you are prepared when filing your taxes. One of the biggest changes concerns estate law. The federal tax exemption changes annually as it takes inflation into account. However, there is a lot…

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Tips For Young Adults On Estate Planning & Retirement

Many young adults are concerned with starting a fulfilling career, paying off student loans, buying a home, and starting a family. Estate planning and planning for retirement may take a backseat to these things, which are more immediate concerns in the present. But there are many reasons to start thinking about these issues today, because…

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Marital Debt and Estate Planning For Older Adults

It’s not uncommon for a marriage to be smooth sailing until the issue of money arises. Dealing with marital debt and estate planning can be a sensitive topic, especially for older adults. Hiring the services of an estate planning attorney can be a huge help in navigating the tricky terrain of love, money, and death….

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How Does Alzheimer’s or Dementia Impact Estate Planning?

When a loved one has dementia or Alzheimer’s, estate planning is a vital aspect of one’s future. Planning for the unexpected also ensures that if you do develop one of these medical conditions, you’re prepared. Once dementia reaches the point where you are unable to understand your assets, your family members, or even the documents…

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Where Life Plans & Estate Planning Meet

The purpose of estate planning is to help you manage your assets over time, and control how they are distributed and cared for after your death. “Estate planning” is a broad term that can mean different things to different people, depending on your stage of life, your wealth, and current lifestyle, among other factors. For…

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Estate Law: A Guide To Federal Estate Taxes

The Federal government imposes different estate taxes on wealth transfers during a person’s life at the time of their death. The Internal Revenue Code is responsible for governing all gift and estate taxes. Many states impose an estate tax, while Florida is not one of them. At the Law Offices of Gary I. Handin, P.A.,…

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The Four Elements of Estate Planning

The topic of death is not often an invited conversation. Yet without giving the inevitable end of life proper consideration, your estate may not be distributed as you wish. Estate planning is a fundamental part of organizing your assets for when you’re gone. Estate planning involves a selection of steps such as setting up trusts,…

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Understanding Advance Directives

Advance directives give you and your family peace of mind about the future. These written legal documents dictate your preferences for medical care when you are unable to make decisions any longer. This document guides medical professionals and caregivers when you’ve been seriously injured, are in a coma, are terminally ill, have dementia, or near…

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