Should You Update Your Will When Moving to Florida?

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Should You Update Your Will When Moving to Florida?

More people moved to Florida last year than any other state. Whether they’re moving for work, for the weather or for retirement. If you already have a will or other estate planning documents in place, you might wonder whether you need to modify them once you become a Florida resident. Here are a few of […]

Tips for Disinheriting an Heir from Your Will

There are some situations in which a parent may wish to disinherit a child from their will. This is not a decision people make lightly—it can be quite painful to essentially cut a child out of their possible inheritance. If you decide to do so, it is important you do it correctly—you must expressly disinherit […]

What Are the Requirements for Creating a Will in Florida?

A will can be a powerful document, determining exactly how your estate will be split among your heirs, charities or any other recipients that you choose.  However, to ensure that your wishes are carried out, it is important that your will be valid. To create a legally binding will, you must be an adult of […]

Where There is a Will, There is a Way

Without a will, there is no way to direct and preserve the wealth you spent a lifetime to acquire. Yet, even as retirement approaches, some put off creating a will and estate plan. The quality of a will is only apparent when it is needed. Using boilerplate or form documents to create your will could […]