Archive | December, 2015

What are the Most Common Grounds to Contest a Will in Florida?

27. December 2015

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SmithLaw handles probate cases all the time. Probate and wills are much more complicated than most people realize. They become especially so when there are disputes about who is inheriting what and why. It is recommended that you have your estate planning completed whenever you have enough property or money to distribute to others or […]

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How Can My Estate Plan Include Digital Assets as well as Tangible Assets?

19. December 2015

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Today’s modern technology has created new things to consider for wills. An example of this is digital assets. We all know, or thought we did, what assets are. Property, money, heirlooms, stocks, bonds, jewelry, etc. When someone dies, this is what is divided up. It is tangible for the most part. Now there are digital […]

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Will Cohabitating After Divorce Affect Support Payments?

17. December 2015

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While you may have sworn off a new relationship during and after your divorce, let’s say you finally reconsidered. You heal, grow, and meet someone new, and you want to test the waters by living with them. Perhaps you plan to live with them forever, or perhaps you just want to live with them first […]

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What Does Subrogation Mean In The Insurance World?

15. December 2015

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Good old car insurance. It’ll be there for you. Well, it should be. In addition, subrogation is a way it can be. But what is subrogation? So let’s say you are rear-ended at a stoplight. Usually this is considered the fault of the person rear-ending you. They should pay for everything— damage to your car, […]

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How does Crowdfunding Work?

5. December 2015

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Crowdfunding is all the rage now. Movies are made from it, causes are funded from it, ideas are created from it, and more. It’s becoming more and more common. So, what does it mean? Crowdfunding is a form of financing, an alternative to traditional financing in the form of a loan or some sort of […]

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What is an Offer to Enter into a Contract?

3. December 2015

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An offer to enter into a contract is when a legal obligation is created between parties. The one who is offering to enter into a contract is the offerer. The one who is being asked to join them in the contract is the offeree. To be considered an offer to enter into a contract there […]

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