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The Real Cost to Your Family: Not Planning For Incapacity

The Real Cost to Your Family: Not Planning For Incapacity

This is the first in an ongoing series of articles discussing the true costs and consequences of failed estate planning. The series highlights a few of the most common—and
costly—planning mistakes we encounter with clients. If the series exposes any potential gaps or weak spots in your plan, meet with us to learn how to properly address them.

When it comes to estate planning, most people automatically think about taking legal steps to ensure the right people inherit their stuff when they die. And these people aren’t
wrong. …

Do I Need a Will? What You Should Know About Estate Planning

Do I Need a Will? What You Should Know About Estate Planning

Many individuals have asked whether or not they need a last will and testament (will). This type of confusion is apparent when you consider that about half of American adults actually don’t have a will or any estate planning. Unfortunately, this can lead to all types of problems and family disagreements when a death occurs.

For example, consider the case in which both parents are killed in an unfortunate accident. Without a will, it may be up to a judge’s decision as to the fate of the children. In the case of a …

Before Your Kids Leave For College, Make Sure They Sign These Documents

Before Your Kids Leave For College, Make Sure They Sign These Documents

With the first day of college right around the corner, many parents will soon watch their children become adults (at least in the eyes of the law) and leave home to pursue their education and career goals.

Turning 18, graduating high school, and moving out is a huge accomplishment. And it also comes with some serious responsibilities that probably aren’t at the forefront of their
(or your) mind right now. Once your children become legal adults, many areas that were once under your control are now solely up to them.

4 Cryptocurrency Risks and Scams and How to Navigate Them — Part 2

4 Cryptocurrency Risks and Scams and How to Navigate Them — Part 2

Last week, we shared the first part of our series on cryptocurrency risks and scams, and if you haven’t read it yet, you can do so here. In part two, we discuss two more common traps to be wary of when investing in digital currency.

If you are considering using cryptocurrency as an investment vehicle, talk with us first.

Pyramid/Ponzi Schemes That Will Trade For You

Because dealing with cryptocurrency can be a complex affair, online scammers have developed complicated cons similar to traditional pyramid and ponzi schemes. People have lost a lot of money in such scams, and unless …

4 Cryptocurrency Risks and Scams and How to Navigate Them — Part 1

4 Cryptocurrency Risks and Scams and How to Navigate Them — Part 1

It’s no secret that Bitcoin and other brands of cryptocurrency are one of the hottest new investment opportunities.  And if you’re not already invested, you may be considering how to get in, what exactly is the best way to get in, and you should definitely be considering risks and potential scams that are easy to get caught by if you’re not eyes wide open on the issues surrounding cryptocurrency.

Launched in 2009, Bitcoin was the first cryptocurrency, and since then, it has evolved from something only computer geeks and hackers talked about into a global phenomenon that’s transform…

Ready to Write Your Own Will? Consider This Before You Go It Alone or Online.

Ready to Write Your Own Will? Consider This Before You Go It Alone or Online.

A last will and testament is the most commonly thought of document when it comes to an estate plan. But, really, it’s a very small part of an integrated plan that ensures your family stays out of Court and out of conflict when something happens to you.

Don’t think you can just write your own Will and that will help your family. Instead, consider the reality that trying to do so could actually create far more trouble for them down the road. They need you to get professional support from someone who can help you look at what you own, who you love, what would happen to you, what you own, a…

What to do if You Have Hurricane Property Damage and What to Expect After the Storm

What to do if You Have Hurricane Property Damage and What to Expect After the Storm

As Floridians, we all know that hurricanes are a potential risk to our property. But what should you do when a hurricane does hit and you have property damage to your home or business?
Filing a Florida Hurricane Damage Insurance Claim
Report Property Damages to Your Insurance Carrier as Soon as Reasonably Possible

Once you discover that your property has sustained hurricane or other types of storm damage, the first thing to do is to contact your insurance company. You don’t want to delay, since not only do you want to get the damage repaired as quickly as possible, but most policies req…

The Pitfalls of DIY Wills: Lessons Learned from a Florida Probate Case

The Pitfalls of DIY Wills: Lessons Learned from a Florida Probate Case

DIY wills are becoming more prevalent as legal services can now be accessed easily online. For better or worse, more and more people are turning to online services to meet their legal needs, maybe even you.

Here’s what you need to know before you decide to create your own will, using an online service, or even a cheap lawyer for that matter.

While these online companies are making legal services more accessible, they’re also doing their customers a disservice, as evidenced in the recent case of In re: Estate of Aldrich heard in a Florida appeals court.

Ms. Aldrich created her will…

What Should I Do After My Home Has Been Damaged In A Fire

What Should I Do After My Home Has Been Damaged In A Fire

You have just experienced a fire in your home. This can be one of the most traumatic things that a homeowner can go through. It can feel as if a part of your life has been taken away. You may also experience some confusion and find that you don’t know what you should do once the fire has been put out and it’s time to deal with your insurance company. Here are some things that you should consider when dealing with your insurance provider.
Obtaining Some Basic Necessities
If you had to quickly leave your Florida home during a fire, you may not have all the basic items that you need in orde…

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