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Category: Wills & Trusts

Common Terms Used In Wills And Trusts

There is nothing more off-putting than being confronted with complicated legal language when trying to manage your own or your family’s affairs. Wills and trusts are full of specialized legal terms, and they can be confusing to navigate, particularly if you have only just begun your estate planning journey. However, there are often good reasons…

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Should I Hire A Probate Attorney?

Many people do not understand what probate entails until they lose a family member. It is often only in these very difficult circumstances that people will first begin to ask questions about the role of a probate attorney and whether their family needs one.  Attempting to wrap your head around the complex probate process while…

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Do I Need A Will Attorney To Draft My Will?

Drafting a will is one of the most procrastinated about tasks of all time. Nobody wants to confront the prospect of their passing and what it will mean for their loved ones. But drafting a will is also one of the best things you can do to simplify the grieving process for your family and…

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Why Wills And Trusts Are Important To Have

The thought of creating a will or trust can seem daunting at first. For one thing, it’s a concept that may invoke unpleasant thoughts about death. But that’s precisely why it’s needed. At some point, we need to make a plan for what happens to our possessions after we die. We can’t take them with…

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What Elements Are Required To Create A Valid Trust?

Remember that it’s never too early or late to consider estate planning. Planning for how to divide your assets is one of the best gifts you can give your family while you are alive. This allows them to focus on grieving when you’re gone and less on legal issues. At the Law Offices of Gary…

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The 4 Steps Of The Florida Probate Process

Estate planning can be difficult to understand. However, with the help of an experienced estate and probate attorney from The Law Offices of Gary I. Handin, P.A., you can successfully prepare for your or a family member’s death. Florida Probate Code says that all wills must be probated. Only probate assets in the estate are…

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FAQs About Living Wills & Advance Directives For Florida Residents

Managing the logistics of death can be an overwhelming task, especially when you’re still alive and well. However, carving out time to organize your living will and advance directives is a small effort now that can save a lot of effort in the future. Trying to understand the legal jargon and details of living wills…

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Trust Law: What Is A Charitable Trust?

Trust law is a complex facet of estate planning. With so many options when choosing what type of trust you want to establish, you need an attorney with experience handling estate planning matters. When it comes to a charitable trust, there are many things to consider. When founding one, you can choose to continue to…

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What Do I Do If My Loved One Dies Without Drafting A Will?

When a loved one dies, there are so many different things that you must do. This includes planning a funeral, dealing with final expenses, and ensuring that everything goes according to your loved one’s wishes. In this article, learn more about what to do if your loved one dies without drafting a will. Search For…

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Trust Law: Considering An Arbitration Provision

The world of estate planning is complicated to navigate, especially when it comes to trusts. In Florida, every legally binding trust must name a trustee to administer and distribute assets to the correct beneficiaries as stated by the trust. Managing a trust can become even more complicated if the beneficiaries disagree and are considering arbitration….

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