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A Will is too Important to Leave to Chance

You have worked hard all your life and now you are trying to enjoy it a little more. The children are grown and raising teenagers of their own. You have saved and invested and done ok as far as building something for your retirement. You always heard that hard work paid off and now you […]

Business & Asset Protection

Customizing Your Documents After your business entities are in place, or your business foundation is laid, your lawyer can begin drafting numerous customized legal documents, such as the entities’ bylaws, operating agreements, or other types of documents that govern both the interactions and operations of the properly selected and formed entities to best meet your […]

Asset Protections – Raising The Bar

Protections Beyond Delaware & Nevada All too often the run-of-the-mill advisor or advisor lacking updated information (again, even lawyers) will simply organize your one or two LLCs in Delaware or Nevada without conducting any legal research on what states may currently offer more protection and less stigma. For instance it is possible, while still staying […]

Can I disinherit someone?

In Florida and many states (if not all states), the short answer is you can absolutely disinherit someone . . . mostly.  There’s a catch or two though.  You can disinherit anyone to a certain degree.  The problem is that statutes sometimes allow certain heirs the ability to take an elective share of the elective estate […]

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