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The Four Types Of Wills In Florida

By Legacy Protection, LLP |

When thinking about creating an estate plan, writing a will is often one of the first things that comes to mind. This should come as no surprise, as wills are one of the most important aspects of any estate plan. However, there are many different types of wills in Florida and the one that… Read More »

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Two Ways To Disprove Undue Influence

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Wills and trusts are important form the basis of numerous estate plans. While they are important legal documents, they can also be challenged in probate court. If certain people can successfully challenge a will or trust, they may be able to receive part of the estate even if they are not named as beneficiaries…. Read More »

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Are Holographic Wills Valid In Florida?

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Most of the time, people will seek out the help of an attorney when they are drafting their last will and testament. However, there are times when a person simply writes out their last wishes and calls the document their will. Handwritten wills are known as holographic wills, and they are not legal in… Read More »

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Understanding The Differences Between Wills And Trusts

By Legacy Protection, LLP |

Many people who are considering creating an estate plan have heard the terms “will” and “trust” before. Still, not everyone understands the differences between these two important components of an estate plan. While there are similarities between these two important legal documents, there are also important differences. Below, our St. Petersburg wills lawyer explains… Read More »

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How To Find A Loved One’s Will

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Not everyone is prepared for the death of a loved one. Sometimes, a death happens suddenly and unexpectedly, leaving families no time to talk about what should happen afterwards. In some cases, family members know that their loved one had a will, but they do not know where it is located. Locating the will… Read More »

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