Estate Planning

Preparing for incapacity

It is a reality of life that people think that nothing bad will happen to them. This is why many Florida families end up in a lurch when a loved one ends up incapacitated. This is something that you can plan for ahead of time as part of your estate plan. You can...

Do you need a trust or a will?

Florida adults know that estate planning is a necessary part of life. Unfortunately, many people get confused about the various terms that are thrown around regarding the topic of estate planning. Two of the most important for people to understand are wills and...

Can you legally disinherit a child?

Cutting a child or grandchild out of the will is often a common plot in television shows and movies, but this can occur in real life as well. If you are seriously considering disinheriting a child during your estate planning process in Florida, here are some important...

Avoiding will contests in Panama City

When you work with an estate planner, he or she will discuss how to ensure that your estate plan does not get tied up in your state’s probate system. Probate is the process where people have the option to contest a will, which can leave your beneficiaries waiting for...