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Was your loved one coerced into signing their will?

Losing a loved one is undoubtedly a challenging and emotional experience. Amidst the grieving process, it can be even more distressing to discover that your loved one might have been coerced into signing their will. Coercion refers to the act of forcing or...

The potential drawbacks of default divorce

Divorce is a challenging and emotional process. Sometimes, couples find themselves unable to agree on important issues such as child custody, property division or spousal support. In such cases, some people consider a default divorce, where one party fails to respond...

3 reasons to change your estate plan

When was the last time you made your estate plan? If it’s been three to five years, then your estate plan may be outdated. You may need to revise your estate plan to include new assets and investments. This may also mean you need to name new beneficiaries. However,...

Time-sharing violations in Florida

When parents separate or divorce, it is important to understand the rules around time sharing. Time-sharing refers to the schedule and responsibilities of each parent to spend time with their child. Parents should go over common time-sharing violations in Florida and...

What happens to debt when someone passes away?

When an elderly parent passes away, adult children are sometimes concerned about debt. Maybe it was an unexpected passing, so they know that their parent hasn’t taken care of things like auto loans, mortgage loans or credit card payments. But even if it was expected,...

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