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Don’t fall prey to these estate planning mistakes

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There are a variety of estate planning mistakes that can get in your way. If you let one or more of these creep into your life, it can cause several problems over the long run. Here are some of the most common estate planning mistakes: — Neglecting to create an estate plan in the… Read More »

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Things to consider when creating your first estate plan

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It doesn’t matter why you are creating your first estate plan at the present time, it’s important that you know exactly what you are doing every step of the way. If you realize that now is the time to tackle this important task, don’t put it off any longer. Once you have an estate… Read More »

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There are many reasons to review and change your estate plan

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When you create an estate plan, you hope that every decision you make will remain relevant for the rest of your life. Unfortunately, there are times when you need to review and change your estate plan. Although this may disappoint you, it’s good to know that the changes you make will give you peace… Read More »

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Estate planning tips during your 40s

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When you reach your 40s, your life begins to change in many ways. Your children are getting older, your career is in full swing, and you may be thinking about retirement. During these 10 years, you also need to focus on your estate plan. Do you have an estate plan in place? Do you… Read More »

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Who is liable in your Florida car accident

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Car accident liability tends to boil down to the questions of which driver was at fault for the crash, and was that driver negligent? Negligence relates to a person’s failure to act in a reasonable way to prevent harm to others. Florida civil courts determine the issue of “reasonableness” based on what a reasonable… Read More »

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Protect your autistic child with a special needs trust

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Two decades ago, cerebral palsy and Down syndrome were the most common disabilities parents had to plan for when having children. These days, however, due to prenatal testing and better prenatal care, rates of both of these conditions have gone down. The rates of children being born with Autism Spectrum Disorders, however, has increased… Read More »

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Money goals in your 50s could impact your estate plan

By Kuhn Law Firm, P.A. |

As you go through the process of creating an estate plan, it’s important to make note of any and every detail that could impact you and your family, both now and in the future. Your age has a lot to do with the approach that you take. For example, if you’re in your 20s… Read More »

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Don’t make these mistakes when creating a will

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There is more to estate planning than meets the eye. If you assume that one decision is as good as the next, you may find yourself making a mistake that puts you and your family in a difficult position. Fortunately, it’s easier today than ever before to create a will. Not only is there… Read More »

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Do you need to alter your will?

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Once you create a will, you hope that it can remain the same until the day you pass away. While this holds true for some people, others soon realize that they need to make changes to their estate plan. Tip: If you come to the conclusion that you should alter your will, this is… Read More »

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Add a health care power of attorney to your estate plan

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As you create an estate plan, it’s easy to turn all your attention to your assets and debts. For example, you’re primarily concerned with ” who gets what” when you pass away. While there is no denying the importance of creating a will or trust, there are other estate planning documents that are every… Read More »

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