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FAQs About Guardianship

What Is Guardianship? A guardian is a person a court appoints to care for a child or adult called a "ward." When a minor child's...

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Guardianship

Can A Guardian Be Replaced?

There are certain instances in which a guardian can be replaced. A guardian can be removed if they fail to do their duties, as written...

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FAQs About Probate

What Is Probate? Probate is the process by which the circuit court manages the estate of a decedent who passed away and owned property in...

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Probate

FAQs About Estate Administration

Who Can Act as a Personal Representative or Will Executor in Florida? In general, anyone can serve as a Will executor in Florida if they:...

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Estate Administration

FAQs About Advance Directives

Is an Advance Directive the Same as a Living Will? An Advance Directive, a.k.a Living Will or Proxy Directive, specifies the medical care you choose...

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Advance Directives

FAQs About Wills And Trusts

What Should a Will Include? An experienced wills and trusts attorney can help you create a Testamentary Will that adheres to Florida’s legal requirements and...

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Wills and Trusts

FAQs About Estate Planning

Why is Estate Planning So Important? Working with an experienced estate planning attorney to create a comprehensive estate plan can help you provide for your...

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Estate Planning

FAQs About Veteran Benefits

Who is Eligible for a Veteran Pension? Veterans may qualify for VA pension benefits if: They are 65 or older, have a permanent total disability,...

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Veteran Benefits

FAQs About Medicaid

Does Medicaid Pay for Nursing Homes? Medicaid recipients can receive all-inclusive care at a nursing home without paying out-of-pocket expenses. Care is not limited to...

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FAQs About Asset Protection

What is Asset Protection? Asset protection employs tools and strategies to guard property and wealth. There are several options for safeguarding different types of property...

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