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The Solution Law Firm Blog is designed to answer your most frequently asked questions in the areas of Estate Planning, Personal Injury, and Insurance Claims and to provide you with the most up to date information so that you can make informed decisions about your life and your case. If you have a question or topic that you would like answered, feel free to email us at [email protected] or call us at 800-806-7658.

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How to Plan a “Pet Trust” to Protect Your Pet After Your Death

How to Plan a “Pet Trust” to Protect Your Pet After Your Death

In our previous blog post, we covered what to take into consideration when planning for your pet’s care in the event of your incapacitation or death. In this article, we will go over the steps to create a pet trust to provide for your animals when you cannot be...

What Happens to Your Pets When You Die?

What Happens to Your Pets When You Die?

If you’re anything like the staff at The Solution Law Firm, P.A., your fur babies are a very important part of your family. However, you may not have had the opportunity to provide any legally documented instructions on how they should be cared for in the event of...

Money Talk: How Much Will You Share With Your Kids (and When)?

Money Talk: How Much Will You Share With Your Kids (and When)?

While money is not a typical dinner table topic for most families, we think it should be. This is surprisingly true when it involves affluent parents. We hope to change this. Talking to your children and parents about money is one of the most important things you can...

False Security: Is Your Will Legally Valid?

False Security: Is Your Will Legally Valid?

You set up a last will and testament to ensure your wishes are respected when you pass. However, is your will is not legally valid, your wishes may not be carried out. The laws of “intestate succession” may apply. With intestate succession, the state decides who will...

4 Things Trusts Can Do That Wills Can’t

4 Things Trusts Can Do That Wills Can’t

Wills and trusts alike are tool used in estate planning to pass your wealth and property to loved ones following your death. However, trusts have advantages that you may want to consider when creating your plan. When comparing, you may not have to choose one over the...

3 Warning Signs of a Financial Scam

3 Warning Signs of a Financial Scam

It is easier than ever to fall for a financial scam – even if nobody cares to admit they’ve fallen for one themselves. The world around us is becoming increasingly digital. Almost every part of your personal and financial background can now be found online.  It...

What Happens to Your Facebook Account When You Die?

What Happens to Your Facebook Account When You Die?

Facebook likely plays a prominent role in your life if you are active in social life. You may be surprised to know that it can even play a role in your afterlife.  Estate planning non encompasses not only tangible assets – real property and bank accounts – but...

Saving for College: Where and How to Do It

Saving for College: Where and How to Do It

No matter how young or old your children may be, if it is important to you that they attend college, the time to begin saving is right now. The big question is – where do you place your savings?  You may be able to take a few risks if you start saving early in...

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