Coral Springs Wills Attorney

February 8, 2019

Are Any of These 11 Mistakes Lurking in Your Estate Plan?

Here are 11 mistakes that may be lurking in your estate plan:

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February 11, 2019

Four Common Myths about Estate Planning

Many people don’t understand what estate planning is and those that do may believe in one of the four myths listed below. Estate planning is simply taking the time to plan ahead for the management or distribution of your assets in the event of either your own incapacity or death. A proper estate plan will nominate guardians on behalf of any minors, potentially cut taxes and more. Here are four popular estate planning myths:

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February 18, 2019

5 Reasons to Protect Your Retirement Accounts Now

During your lifetime, your retirement account has good asset protection, but as soon as you pass that account to a loved one, that protection evaporates. This means one lawsuit and POOF! Your life long, hard earned savings could be gone. Your heirs could be left penniless.

Fortunately, there is a solution to this problem…

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February 28, 2019

A Trust for Fluffy or Fido? Why Every Pet Parent Needs to Consider a Pet Trust

Let me first start by confirm that is indeed my not so little pug pictured. He is definitely part of the family and if you feel the same about your pet then this post is for you!

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March 4, 2019

Is now the time to revisit your old trust?

There are several reasons why you should update your existing trust or perhaps your entire estate plan. While estate planning documents do not necessarily have a shelf life, they may not fulfill your goals when your circumstances change. Of course, having estate planning documents that are up-to-date is critical, but how do you know when you should make changes? 

 Reasons to Make Changes…

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March 8, 2019

What to Do When Your Doctor Says to “Get Your Affairs in Order”

Five words no one ever wants to hear from their doctor: “Get your affairs in order.” Unfortunately, 58 percent of Americans do not have a will or trust, and it often requires a chronic disease or terminal illness diagnosis, or other life-changing event to prompt the estate planning process. Talk to your attorney about completing the documents below and follow these tips to protect your future and make the circumstances easier for your loved ones. 

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Three Legal Things to Do After a Scary Health Diagnosis
March 18, 2019

Three Legal Things to Do After a Scary Health Diagnosis

A scary health diagnosis can be emotionally and logistically challenging for many reasons. For instance, how can you take care of your family if you’re physically incapacitated? In addition to working closely with your medical providers, consider these three legal tips: 

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March 21, 2019

3 Liability Planning Tips for Physicians

You probably know that the practice of medicine is a profession fraught with the risk of liability.  It’s not just medical malpractice claims either (although those are certainly scary enough). It’s the entire scope of risk from being in business, including employment-related issues, careless business partners and employees, and contractual obligations, as well as personal liabilities.  Unfortunately, in our litigious society, these liability risks are not unique to physicians, although physicians are a frequent target. 

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March 22, 2019

The Top 2 Ways the Court Gets Involved in Your Estate, and How to Avoid Them

No one wants unnecessary court involvement in their life. But without careful and proactive estate planning, chances are that some aspect of your estate will end up being decided there. Here are two of the most common ways court proceedings can make their way into the management and distribution of your assets, along with the estate planning measures you can take to avoid them. 

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March 27, 2019

Seeing an Estate Planner? 3 Key Questions to Ask

Hiring an estate planner is an important decision as you are seeking advice on how to protect your loved ones once you are gone. For this reason, it is critical to hire an attorney with good knowledge of estate planning and how to use the tools available to create the best plan for your particular needs. Be sure to ask questions of the lawyer before deciding whether or not you will hire him or her. 

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