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Blog Posts in June, 2013

The Accidental Guardianship

How Much Will Your Child Pay in Fees? For most young families who make a Last Will and Testament, one of the most important and difficult decisions is naming a guardian for their minor children in the ...
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Will My Will Be Willfully Honored?

Some Reasons Your Will May Not Be Honored: If you put forth the time, effort, and expense to have your will prepared by a Miami probate lawyer, you want it to be followed. A common reason that a will ...
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Will Your Estate Be Litigated?

Will contests and other litigation during administration of your estate or trust is very stressful to the parties, delays distribution, and greatly increases the costs. One might think that only ...
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In Charge of Estate Administration?

Are you in charge of administering an estate? If you are designated as "Personal Representative" in the will of a deceased Florida resident, you are charged with the duty to administer 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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