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Estate planning for older Florida citizens

As we age, concerns that did not feel important in our younger years often come into focus. Addressing financial matters is one of the issues that can cause elder residents of St. Petersburg to worry regardless of their estate size. While estate planning does come with a few complex issues, it is not as difficult as you may think to address your estate and make your end-of-life arrangements.

Make sure you are completely honest with your lawyer

As you do your estate planning, you have to work your way into some personal topics. Things like how much money you've earned, how much you've saved and how much debt you have become crucial. These are things you may not feel comfortable discussing with anyone.

Why should you update your will later in life?

There is no set time when a person should create a will. It is not required to hold employment, buy a home, sell real estate or do anything else in life. Creating a will is optional. Despite this, it's one of the most important documents you could have in your name. If you do have a will, it is time to take a look at updating it. So, why should you update your will later in life?

Protect your child's future: Establishing health care surrogates and durable power of attorneys

There are few things as bittersweet for a parent than seeing your child off to college. Parents often feel a mix of emotions. You may feel proud of their success, sad about their departure and excited about their future.

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.

Risky mistakes in estate planning can be repaired

Planning your estate is an important part of life. It comes with a lot of uncomfortable discussions that you need to have with your spouse and your children since it deals with things that will happen if you become too ill to make decisions or for when you die. Because of this, many people will forgo this vital aspect of life. There are some risky mistakes that people make during estate planning that thankfully can be fixed.

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