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How do I choose a guardian for my children?

Having children is one of the most exciting times in life. Through all of the excitement, you have to start planning for the unexpected. Planning helps you ensure your children will be protected and cared for properly should you die before they reach adulthood. This is an important part of the estate planning process in St. Petersburg that should never be overlooked.

Why everyone needs a basic estate plan

You can be 25 years old with a baby, 55 years old and happily married, or middle-aged with a few grandchildren; the need for an estate plan is still relevant. Life is unpredictable, but where your finances go should not be. An estate plan is a simple way to prepare you and your loved ones in the wake of a complicated circumstance. With a little financial planning, you can ensure that you will be in control of your legacy and how things are handled in case of your absence.

Common issues that can derail a real estate transaction

Are you interested in the real estate market outside of simply owning a home? Do you want to buy a commercial property? Do you want to become a landlord? Are you ready to buy your first home? All of these are known as real estate transactions. These transactions can quickly fall apart due to various legal issues that arise in Florida.

Tips for picking a power of attorney in Florida

When the time comes, you will need to find someone to handle all of your affairs in St. Petersburg. This is not an easy task, not in the least bit. You will need to think about end-of-life issues that not everyone can handle. Do you choose someone who is a friend? Do you choose someone who is a family member? Here are some tips for picking a power of attorney in Florida so you can make a difficult situation easier.

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