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Monthly Archives: February 2018


When Can Creditors Pursue Claims Against Trust Assets?

By Kuhn Law Firm, P.A. |

Florida trusts are not just useful when it comes to estate planning. They can also provide valuable protection for your assets against creditor claims–not to mention family members who have difficulty with managing money. For example, a spendthrift trust is a useful tool that allows you to help a relative while ensuring your money… Read More »

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How Does a Buy-Sell Agreement Affect My Florida Probate Estate?

By Kuhn Law Firm, P.A. |

Just because you die in Florida, that does not mean all of your assets are governed by Florida law. If you own shares of a corporation or partnership, for example, your estate’s rights may be governed by the laws of another state. Furthermore, your estate may be restricted in terms of how it may… Read More »

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What Florida Estate Planning Do I Need as a Single Parent?

By Kuhn Law Firm, P.A. |

Everyone needs an estate plan. But if you are a single parent with minor children, it is especially critical to have all of your legal affairs in order should the worst occur. If your children’s other parent is already deceased or no longer part of their lives, you need to make sure that they… Read More »

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How Should I Store My Florida Estate Planning Documents?

By Kuhn Law Firm, P.A. |

Preparing a Florida will or trust, power of attorney, and other related documents is an important first step in the estate planning process. The next step is to make sure your documents are properly stored. After all, if your will is accidentally lost or destroyed–and thus cannot be located after your death–it has little… Read More »

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