What Happens if There is a Rivalry Between the Beneficiaries of a Will?

When you plan for the distribution of your assets after your death, you have generally thought long and hard about how to put those assets to the best uses to benefit the people and causes that you love. In many families, the assets of the estates are either left to the surviving spouse or split… read more

Will vs. Trust: Which is Right for You?

If you’ve decided that the time has come—and it’s never too soon—to make a plan for the distribution of your estate, you probably have many questions.  One of the most common ones is whether you should use a will (Last Will and Testament) to indicate your desires for the distribution of the wealth you’ve accumulated,… read more

Do I Need and Estate Plan if I am Single?

Unless you really don’t care what happens to the assets you have worked so hard to accumulate and want to leave the disposition of your assets to the state, you should absolutely have an estate plan! If you don’t decide how you want your estate distributed, the Florida laws of intestacy (dying without a will)… read more