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Budgeting for Your Death

Saturday, November 22, 2014

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How do you budget for a death? Sounds a little weird, huh? Moreover, it is a topic most people would sooner avoid. However, we all die whether we like it or not. So how can you budget for it and why should you care, since you will be dead anyway? Well, your family won’t be […]

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Minor Guardianship vs. Custody of Minor: What are the Differences and Similarities?

Monday, June 27, 2011

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When trying to figure out which proceeding is where, it is important to distinguish between the two. In the case of minor guardianship versus the custody of a minor, they sound pretty similar. But these two types of custody arrangements are actually handled in two different court departments and have different laws governing them. Guardianship is […]

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Can You Pursue Guardianship or Probate Without a Lawyer?

Sunday, June 26, 2011

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What do guardians and executors have in common? Both are people placed in positions of great responsibility over others’ affairs, and both need expert legal advice. What Does a Guardianship Lawyer Do? A guardian is a someone who takes over the personal affairs, including finances, of a minor child or of an adult who is […]

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Using a Florida Probate Lawyer in a Probate Case

Thursday, June 2, 2011

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The main reason for a probate case is to identify and gather the assets of a deceased person and pass them on to the beneficiary. This would include properties, personal items, and also deciding how debts will be paid. Under a formal administration of the probate law the decedents assets are used to first pay […]

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