When you think of a guardian and ward, the highly unusual relationship between the fictional Little Orphan Annie and Daddy Warbucks may spring to mind. But guardianships are far more frequent and more mundane than you might think.
Divorce can be a difficult time for a family, especially if children are involved. No parent should have to worry if the financial burden of a divorce will impact proper care or financial support for their children.
Administering a loved one's estate in Florida can be convoluted and anxiety-inducing. That's because Florida probate law is complicated. Florida law requires personal representatives, also known as executors, file forms, inventory estates, and provide notices to heirs. Ensuring that you follow the proper procedures of Florida probate law can be stressful.
The passing of a loved one can be difficult for everyone close to them. Cherishing their life and providing comfort to one another should be the focus during this time. The last thing anyone needs to be concerned with is hammering out the details of assets or papers left behind.
When a couple splits up, they initially believe that they can get out of the marriage relatively painlessly. Their plans are simple—they'll move out, legally separate, agree on everything, and file for divorce.
With the 2020 election decided and President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration fast approaching, it's time to look at how policy positions as President of the United States might affect your estate planning and tax planning over the next four years.
Email accounts, social media profiles, websites, cryptocurrency—each of us leaves behind a digital footprint. But what happens to your digital presence after you die? Your digital assets might be valuable and should be part of your estate plan.
Divorce is always hard, but it can be even more challenging when you have children. When you're considering divorce and have young children, your biggest worries are probably how the divorce will affect your kids emotionally and how the divorce will affect your finances and...
This year has been challenging under the best of circumstances. Since Governor DeSantis placed Florida in a state of emergency on March 9, 2020, non-essential businesses and courts across the state shut down. As of September 14, 2020, Florida has had more than 662,000 cases of Coronavirus and more than 12,000 deaths.
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