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How Long Does It Take For A Beneficiary To Receive Their Inheritance?

By Eric Millhorn |

The exact amount of time it takes for a beneficiary to receive their inheritance is dependent on several factors. Being aware of these factors will make it easier to determine which estate planning decisions are most appropriate for a particular estate plan.  What Happens After You Pass Away?  Right after a loved one passes… Read More »


How Should You Choose A Trustee For Your Estate?

By Eric Millhorn |

No matter who you are, or what is in your estate, choosing a trustee is one of the most important decisions that you can make. Given this fact, it is of the utmost importance that you learn how you should choose a trustee for your estate and, in doing so, speak with a lawyer… Read More »


What Are The 3 Types Of Probate Administration In Florida?

By Eric Millhorn |

Within the state of Florida, there are three types of probate administration. By being aware of what these three types of probate administration are, you can understand the value of each one. What Is Probate Administration?  Right before we dive into what, exactly, the three types of probate administration in Florida happen to be,… Read More »


How Can You Amend Your Will?

By Eric Millhorn |

Many estate plans rely on a will. Every decision, within a will, is of great importance. But, if one changes their mind about those decisions, they can, and should, amend the will. What Is A Will?  Right before we go over the ways in which someone can amend their will, we must first define… Read More »


What Are The Most Important Estate Planning Documents You Need In Florida?

By Eric Millhorn |

Every estate plan is dependent on a set of legal documents. Being aware of these legal documents, and the ways in which they will affect one’s estate plan, makes them easier to develop and put into effect. What Is An Estate Plan?  Right before we can go over the most important estate planning documents… Read More »


If You’re On Medicaid, Can You Get Into A Nursing Home?

By Eric Millhorn |

The rules underlying Medicaid, and whether it can be used to get into a nursing home, are complex. Being aware of these rules, and speaking with a Medicaid planning lawyer, makes it easier to understand if you, or someone you know, can get into a nursing home with Medicaid.  What Is Medicaid?  Right before… Read More »


Can Someone With Dementia Sign A Will?

By Eric Millhorn |

Someone with dementia may, or may not, be able to sign a will that is considered legally valid. Being aware of the laws that underlie this, and speaking with an estate planning lawyer, will make it easier to determine if you, or someone you know, can sign a will and have that will be… Read More »


Disposing Of A Loved One’s Medication After They Pass

By Eric Millhorn |

Right after a loved one passes away, there are a wide variety of things you, as a guardian, must do. And, one of those things is, quite simply, to dispose of the medication in their possession. To properly dispose of the medication once in your loved one’s possession, there is a process you must… Read More »


What Assets Go Through Probate In Florida?

By Eric Millhorn |

A wide variety of assets can, and often do, go through probate in Florida. By being aware of what these assets are, and working with an estate planning attorney, it’s easy to prevent probate and ensure that specific assets are given to specific people.  What Is Probate?  Probate is a process of asset analysis… Read More »


What Can A Probate Lawyer Do For You?

By Eric Millhorn |

A probate lawyer offers a variety of very useful services. Each one of these services is indispensable, especially if you have assets that you wish to pass on. By being aware of what a probate lawyer can do for you, you can determine whether or not hiring a Florida probate lawyer is the right… Read More »

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