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Category: Estate Planning

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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Estate Planning Basics: Guardianship Of Minors

Nobody likes to think about the event of dying, least of all having to consider what will happen with your assets and dependents that are left behind. However, planning for the unfortunate but inevitable event of death can relieve a lot of stress and avoid misunderstandings in the future. A minor, in Florida state, is anyone under 18…

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Estate Planning Basics: Financial Assets

When it comes to planning your estate and the distribution of your assets, it’s essential to take all necessary precautions to make sure your wishes are recorded and beneficiaries receive their due in the most advantageous way as is possible. While many might think that estate planning is a necessity only in your elder years,…

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Estate Planning Basics: Property

Thinking about our mortality is never easy, but by taking a few estate planning basics into account, we can make sure that sorting out issues such as property will be easier for our loved ones While property is only one aspect of estate planning, it is essential to understand the different types of property along…

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Estate Planning Basics: Debt

The current economic climate can be challenging, with people taking out extra mortgages and credit. Unfortunately, this means that a lot of people are passing away and leaving debt behind. Just as managing the death of a loved one can be complex, so can Florida law, with several situations resulting from debt being left behind after…

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Estate Planning Basics: Retirement Assets

There are many aspects to consider for a secure financial future. Forbes describes how people are outliving their savings as life spans get longer. Essentially, this means that a retirement plan is crucial. But what happens to the retirement assets upon the unfortunate instance of death? Understanding estate planning basics will help deal with retirement…

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Prevent A Family Feud With An Estate Attorney

For most people, writing a will can seem like a daunting task. With the help of an experienced estate planning attorney, such as Gary I. Handin, you can plan to leave your loved ones with a fair and equal split of your belongings. To prevent family feuds, here are a few guidelines to follow when…

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Tips From An Estate Planning Attorney

Estate planning need not be a tedious task if you enlist the services of an estate planning attorney. Studies show that less than 50% of the adult American population have a will and while no one wants to discuss their mortality, it is a fact of life that no person is immortal. In the grand…

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Four Big Mistakes An Estate Law Firm Will Prevent

Dealing with your estate can be tedious and can be fraught with perils, especially if you don’t know what you’re doing. Estate planning law firms exist to help people manage their estates, whether they have a will or a trust. Having a professional on hand to navigate various laws, nitty gritty details and ensure that…

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Estate Planning Checklist

Confronting our own mortality is often a task we prefer to put on the back burner for as long as possible. However, neglecting your estate planning can only have negative consequences in the long run: your true wishes for the disposal of your assets after your death are unlikely to be realized, and your family…

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