Knowing what the first steps to take with the remaining property and assets of a loved one after they die is not always straightforward in the state of Florida. If you are a designated personal representative of the decedent’s estate, there are several steps for you to legally navigate the administration of their assets and […]read more
When applying for Florida Medicaid to help pay for assisted living costs, submitting an accurate and truthful application is critical in determining eligibility. Below are the top ten mistakes that often lead to a denial of such benefits. #1 Out-dated or Inadequate Durable Powers of Attorney Documentation One of the top mistakes that many make […]read more
Even in death, our obligations to loved ones or businesses we controlled doesn’t end. When we pass, those we cared for, did business with, or lent philanthropic support will still need us. Planning your estate with these needs in mind can help you achieve the level of support those around us depend on despite our […]read more
In the state of Florida, many residents rely on a will to protect their estate and ensure their beneficiaries receive their promised inheritance. This document has many benefits when it comes to the probate process, as well. But, what happens if you should die without a will? Florida has intestate succession laws that direct a […]read more
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