Common Estate Planning Tools: Joint Tenancy

Joint Tenancy What is it? Ownership of property can be held by multiple people at a time. Depending on how the ownership is set up, the disposition of the property […]

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Life Insurance as a tool to Protect your Wealth

At its most basic your estate plan is meant to help you preserve assets while you’re alive and to control distribution after your death. Every estate plan (no matter how […]

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What has to be done between escrow and closing?

Just before escrow is closed, the buyer and the seller each receive a closing statement from the escrow officer. This statement lists the purchase price and all of the expenses […]

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WHAT IS AN ADVERSARY PROCEEDING IN FLORIDA PROBATE?

In most cases, disputes involving Florida Probate administration are adversary proceedings. These proceedings delay the probate administration, until the dispute is resolved. Under Florida Probate Rules some disputes automatically become […]

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What Can I Expect at my Closing?

Closing is the actual settlement and transfer of the real estate title and the money. It can either be face-to-face, where all parties and their representatives meet in a room […]

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