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September 11th Victim Compensation Fund

       If your loved one has passed away and was receiving benefits from the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund, the law may require you to open a Probate estate in order to collect the money. Our office has experience assist...

      If your loved one has passed away due to the negligence of another, you may be able to recover damages or compensation under Florida law.

      Florida’s “Wrongful Death Act” lists the persons who are able to sue a negligent party.

      If you...

      A trust, unlike a will, is often not a public record. Only specific people are typically able to view a person’s trust. These people generally include successors listed in a trust, beneficiaries listed in a trust, heirs by law of a trustor, previous heirs of a tr...

      As technology continues to advance in the area of Florida estate planning, Florida’s legislature is exploring ways to make drafting a will easier. With the increase in online companies offering these services, there are many problems arising out of these make you...

     Ever wonder where the money in your cash apps or PayPal account goes upon your death?

     

     In Florida, when a person passes away intestate, all known assets are accounted for by the Personal Representative of the estate. So how would a per...

      Effective July 1, 2012, a former spouse of a decedent is automatically cut out of non-probate assets which include life insurance policies, annuities, employee benefit plans, payable on death accounts, individual retirement accounts, transfer on death accounts an...

     As a surviving spouse, it is important to know your rights, since oftentimes the probate process may seem confusing. If your deceased spouse passes with a will, in which he or she devised his or her property to anyone other than you, you still have rights to the p...