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Working With Adult Children To Assure Peaceful Estate Planning

Whether you are making out a will, or need a more elaborate estate plan, chances are if you have adult children they will have their own opinion about what you should do with your money both while you are still here, as well as after you are gone. If you have multiple children, there is a good chance that they may disagree with whatever you choose to do, and may even fight amongst themselves after you are gone, putting your estate into probate, rather than where you want it to go.

Important checklist for Florida estate planning

Are you planning your estate in St. Petersburg, Florida? If so, you are making an important decision that affects not only you but also everyone else in your family. This is an especially important undertaking if you have minor children. Planning out your estate before it's too late makes it easier for everyone to move on after your death.

Benefits of trusts for real estate

The benefits of holding Florida real estate in a trust are many and varied. A living, or revocable trust, once formed, can continue to have assets placed in it. A trustee, who can be an individual or a business entity, administers the trust per your instructions.

The importance of estate planning in Florida

Estate planning is one of the most important tasks you can perform in life. The sad fact of the matter is that too many people fail to plan their estate before it's too late. The sooner you put together your estate, the better protected you, your dependents and your spouse will be upon your death no matter your age. Let's take a look at the importance of estate planning in Florida.

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