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Four Things To Leave Out Of Your Will

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

People draft a last will and testament for many reasons. One of the main purposes of a will is to outline how property is distributed after a person passes away. By drafting a will and making sure it is executed properly, you can have the peace of mind knowing that your loved ones will… Read More »

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Can A Will Alone Help Your Family Avoid Probate?

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Most people know that drafting a last will and testament is important. Your will has many functions. You can name a guardian for your minor children, name the beneficiaries you would like to receive your property after you pass away, and state your other last wishes. Your will is very important and for many… Read More »

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Understanding The Intestate Succession Laws In Florida

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There are many reasons to create a will but perhaps the most important is so your estate is not subject to the intestate succession laws. When a person passes away and they did not have a will, no one legally owns their estate. To determine how the estate will be divided, it must go… Read More »

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Are Holographic Wills Legal In Florida?

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

Drafting a will is an important and responsible thing to do. However, there are very specific legal requirements you must comply with to make sure your will is legally recognized and upheld. Sometimes, a person simply scribbles out their last wishes and calls it their will. Unfortunately, these documents are not considered legal and… Read More »

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Does A New Will Revoke An Old One?

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

As circumstances in your life change, so too, should your will and other elements of your estate plan. After a marriage, divorce, birth, or death, you may want to make changes to your will or draft one that is completely new. This is a responsible and smart decision, but drafting a new will can… Read More »

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FAQs About Last Will And Testaments

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Last will and testaments, more commonly referred to as simply wills, are legal documents that outline your final wishes after you pass away. A will tells your loved ones, as well as the court, how you want your property distributed and to whom, as well as other important details, such as naming a guardian… Read More »

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Three Common Reasons Trusts Fail

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As you are creating an estate plan, you may choose to also create a trust. Trusts are legal documents into which you can place property you want distributed to beneficiaries in the event that you pass away. A trust is an important estate planning tool that will help your loved ones avoid the probate… Read More »

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When Is It Time To Update Your Will?

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Drafting a will is a very responsible and important step that every adult should take. However, simply creating a will is not enough. Many people think that once a will has been created, the work is over and they do not have to think about it again. This is a mistake. Wills need regular… Read More »

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Wills Vs. Trusts: What Is The Difference?

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Before a person sits down to write their estate plan, they have usually heard the terms ‘will’ and ‘trust’ before. Still, not everyone knows the differences between these two terms. Wills and trusts are both important legal documents and while they do share some similarities, there are also some differences between the two. Below,… Read More »

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How To Find Your Loved One’s Will

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Preparing for the death of a loved one is not always easy. In some cases, it is not even possible. Sometimes, a person passes away suddenly and unexpectedly. Even when a person suffers from a long sickness and the death is not as much of a shock, family members still do not know what… Read More »

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