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Elder Law

Becoming Your Aging Loved One’s Money Manager

Your loved one must be legally competent to takes steps, like adding a trusted friend or relative to a bank account or creating a power of attorney the money manager can use to handle her financial matters.

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Elder Law

How Much Money Should I Provide My Child with Special Needs?

Anyone with a child with special needs understands the need to prepare for the future. A trust is always a good place to start, and figuring out a savings goal for that trust is a key part to your planning.

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Estate Planning

Who Should Be the Agent of My Power of Attorney?

Deciding who gets the power of attorney is an important step for parents looking to organize their estate and plan for a future without them. This can be a complex process for many families, especially when there are numerous relatives involved.

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Estate Planning

Change Your Life Insurance Beneficiary After Divorce

Many surviving spouses receive an unpleasant surprise when they attempt to collect on their deceased spouse’s life insurance policies. Often, a former spouse or the former spouse’s children are legally entitled to the proceeds because the deceased person never updated his beneficiary forms. In Florida, …

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Estate Planning

Using a Trust for Your Children’s Inheritance Plan

There are mechanisms that you can put in place through a trust to help your children become financially responsible with their inheritance.

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Estate Planning

Including Pets in Your Estate Plan

A pet trust is a legal arrangement that specifies how your animal companions would be cared for and taken care of financially, if you pass away, or if you become ill or disabled and can no longer take care of them yourself.

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Estate Planning

You’ve Received an Inheritance. Now What?

Are you inheriting money from a relative? Or receiving funds from a lawsuit? Or planning to be a lucky lottery winner?

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Estate Planning

Actor Robert De Niro’s Bad Prenup

She claims the revised documents make her a 50% partner in all his post-marital success. Massive projects hang in the balance. That’s the way Grace Hightower is evidently handling her second divorce from Robert De Niro, who hates publicity and has too much going on to suffer delays.

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Estate Planning

Smart Second Marriage Planning Tips

One in five Americans has married at least twice. However, a sobering 60% of second marriages end in divorce, the Census Bureau found.

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Estate Planning

What Happens When Real Estate Is Inherited?

There are many questions that come with inheriting a piece of real estate. Do you want to live in it? Do you want to sell it? Do you have to split the property with another heir?

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You wonder whether your granddaughter will think of you fondly when you’re not around anymore.

You want to make sure someone will love and care for your dog, horse, or parrot when you can’t.

Your spouse doesn’t share your love for guns, and you fear your collection could be sold for almost nothing – or even destroyed – instead of being passed on to your children or others who share your passion.

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