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Blog Posts in August, 2013

Our Property Is In Joint Names, What Happens If We Both Die In An Accident?

Whether the account specifies "joint tenants with right of survivorship" or the owners were married when it was created, where the property goes depends upon the order in which death occurs. ...
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Letters Testamentary? Letters of Administration?

Often a person's first encounter with probate is when they go to the bank to close an account of a recently deceased relative. The bank's representative tells you that you need to provide ...
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Is There a Fast Way Through Probate?

Florida law does offer a short form of the probate process for certain estates, called Summary Administration. To qualify for Summary Administration, the estate must either: have assets that after ...
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Is This Will I Signed Before I Moved to Florida Good in Florida?

This is a question frequently asked. If the will signed in another state was valid there, it will be recognized by the Florida courts. Even if your Last Will and Testament will be honored by the ...
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between a living will and a power of attorney? A living will is a legal document that states what type of medical care you wish or do not wish to receive should you become unable to voice your opinions. A power of attorney is a document that you write that appoints someone to make medical decisions on your behalf.
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