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Monthly Archives: January 2020

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Is It Possible to Probate a Copy of the Lost Will in Florida?

By Legacy Protection, LLP |

A Last Will and Testament (“Will”) is a legal document that outlines a person’s wishes regarding the disposition of his or her property at the time of death.  When clients take possession of their original Will after signing, it is not uncommon if the testator (the creator of the Will) loses the original Will,… Read More »

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What to Consider When Buying a Business in Florida: Due Diligence and Risk-Free Examination

By Legacy Protection, LLP |

Starting a new business can be a risky and financially overwhelming endeavor. Statistically speaking, more than 50% of new businesses fail during the first five years. Nearly 70% of new business startups in the U.S. ultimately fail during the first 10 years. There are various reasons why new businesses fail. Lack of monetary resources,… Read More »

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How and Why to Disinherit a Family Member in your Estate Plans

By Legacy Protection, LLP |

For many reasons, an individual may need to disinherit a family member in their estate plans.  This could be for tax purposes, creditor protection, or you want to specifically exclude someone form inheriting your wealth.  If you are considering disinheriting a family member, then there are several things you should know. If you die… Read More »

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How a Premarital Agreement (Prenup) Can Be a Powerful Estate Planning Tool

By Legacy Protection, LLP |

Many people tend to think that prenuptial – or premarital – agreements are used solely to protect assets in a divorce. However, a prenuptial agreement can also serve as a powerful tool in estate planning. Why Do You Need a Prenuptial Agreement As Part of Your Estate Plans? One of the key reasons why… Read More »

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