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How can someone create a valid will in Florida?

Port St. Lucie, FL - A will is the most basic form of estate planning and property distribution. However, under Florida law wills need to meet some very specific requirements to be valid. They cannot simply be handwritten by the testator and…
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How can legal counsel assist with probate action in Port St. Lucie Florida?

FLORIDA –  January 7, 2021 When someone dies, matters of their estate will need to be handled and Florida probate attorneys assist individuals with the complexities of estate administration to include paying off debts, and dividing assets…
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Stuart estate planning lawyers draft essential documents used in probate actions.

FLORIDA –  December 30, 2020 Will administration. Will administration does not occur unless there is a death to a person, at which point a probate attorney will do their best to effectively and expediently administer a will to shield an…
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A probate court in Palm Beach will execute a will as long as it meets certain requirements

Palm Beach, FL - Many people decide to leave their property and assets to family members through a will, as it is one of the most convenient ways to do so. After a person dies, their will can be examined by a probate court to see if it meets…
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Probate courts have authority over distributing a deceased person’s estate

Fort Pierce, FL - After someone passes away, their family will try to honor their wishes by having their will go through a process called probate. This procedure can formally review the document and sort through the person’s estate, but there…

Moran & Associates can assist individuals with probate hurdles in Palm Beach Florida.

Florida - October 29, 2020 In Florida, the statutory and procedural guidelines of the state must be followed to complete probate of a will. Estate planning can reduce complications that may drag out the process and can be effectively handled…

What types of asset distribution occur in estate planning documents in Coral Springs Florida?

  Estate planning is the legal process a person engages in to maintain control and manage activities surrounding their estate during their lifetime (if they become incapacitated), or at and after their death.  This process can be extensive…