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How Can You Protect Your Child’s Inheritance from Their Spouse?

By Legacy Protection, LLP |

In some families, parents do not get along with their son-in-law or daughter-in-law. If you think that your child’s spouse is not trustworthy or you want to protect your child’s inheritance from their spouse for any other reason, you may need to consult with an experienced St. Petersburg estate planning attorney. Many people who… Read More »

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Are Out-of-State Wills Valid in Florida?

By Legacy Protection, LLP |

If you are considering moving to Florida, or have already moved to the Sunshine State, you may be concerned about the validity of your out-of-state Will.   If you are a new resident of Florida, is your previous Will created in another state still valid? In Florida, any out-of-state Will is valid as long as… Read More »

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Pour-Over Will in Florida: What is It and What Are the Benefits?

By Legacy Protection, LLP |

A pour-over Will can be an important addition to your estate plan.  In Florida, a pour-over Will transfers any probate assets into your Trust upon your death, hence the nickname “pour-over.”   The Will simply names the Trust as the beneficiary of your probate estate.  Your Trust then ensures that your assets will be distributed… Read More »

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The Need to Plan for Guardianship of Minor Children

By Legacy Protection, LLP |

When people think about estate planning, most people believe it is only for the elderly or the wealthy.  Moreover, many people believe that estate planning is only for those individuals who have family disharmony or need to minimize estate taxes.  However, many young individuals tend to overlook an important aspect of estate planning: planning… Read More »

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