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Obtaining a Letter of Testamentary
Estate Planning Attorney
Posted January 14, 2019

Although those who have been named as an estate’s executor have a number of important duties, one of the most significant involves gathering the decedent’s assets and transferring them to the named beneficiaries through the probate process. However, these proceedings can only be initiated after an executor has obtained a document known as a letter […]

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What are the Responsibilities and Obligations of an Executor?
Estate Planning Attorney
Posted January 07, 2019

When many people think about the contents of a will, they imagine gifts and inheritances of assets and property left to loved ones. While this is an important aspect of any estate plan, it is also critical for testators to remember that they should strongly consider naming an executor in their will as well. Executors […]

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How Much Time Do I Have to Contest a Will?
Contested Will Attorney
Posted December 12, 2018

Although many people assume that they have an unlimited amount of time to contest a will, the reality is that Florida law caps the amount of time that claimants have to contact a probate court and file a will-related dispute. To ensure that you have a firm grasp of these laws, please contact a member […]

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Estate Planning Considerations for Late-In-Life Parents
Estate Planning Attorney
Posted December 05, 2018

Becoming a parent is no longer a joy reserved for the very young, as scientific advances and changing attitudes have made it easier than ever to become a late-in-life parent. While the requirements of parenthood may remain the same for both younger and older parents, the reality is that parents who start families at an […]

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