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2 Common Probate Problems And Their Solution

By Eric Millhorn |

Right before your assets can be given to your chosen beneficiaries, they may need to pass through probate. If you can, you should develop an estate plan that allows those assets, and your estate plan, to avoid probate. But, if you don’t do this – or aren’t sure if you should – then there… Read More »


Inheritance Theft In Florida

By Eric Millhorn |

Even though it may not be as common as you think, inheritance theft can, and does, happen in the state of Florida. Going over what inheritance theft is, and speaking with a lawyer, will make it easier for you to protect your estate. What Is Inheritance Theft?  Inheritance theft is a form of tortious… Read More »


The 3 Things You Must Know About Intestate Succession

By Eric Millhorn |

If you pass away without a will, or some other estate planning arrangement, then your assets will be distributed as per the state of Florida’s intestate succession laws. Going over these laws, and speaking with an estate planning lawyer, will allow you to distribute your assets in the manner that you desire.  What Is… Read More »


What Is A Special Needs Trust?

By Eric Millhorn |

A special needs trust is a special trust that allows you to support, and protect, a family member with special needs of one sort or another. Clarifying what a special needs trust is, and speaking with an estate planning lawyer who can help you develop one, will allow you to protect your family members…. Read More »


The Process Of Creating A Trust For Your Child

By Eric Millhorn |

You can create a trust for your child. And, depending on your long-term estate planning goals as well as what you would like to give your child, you may want to. Going over the process of creating a trust for your child, and speaking with a lawyer, will allow you to create a trust… Read More »


The Best Way To Plan For Dementia

By Eric Millhorn |

The Center for Disease Control estimates that, by 2060, 14 million people will have Alzheimer’s or, in turn, some other form of dementia. Given the seriousness of dementia, and the ways in which it erodes one’s quality of life and one’s ability to live their life in a healthy manner, planning for dementia is… Read More »


The Medicaid Look-Back Period

By Eric Millhorn |

To obtain Medicaid, you must satisfy the asset requirements that Medicaid entails. But, that is not all: you must also satisfy the requirements of Medicaid’s five year look-back period. Going over the requirements of Medicaid’s look-back period, and speaking with a lawyer who specializes in Medicaid planning, will allow you to obtain the medical… Read More »


Selling Your Property To Avoid Probate In Florida

By Eric Millhorn |

The probate process is time-consuming, expensive, and challenging. But, with proper estate planning, you can avoid probate entirely, allowing your beneficiaries to receive their assets in a timely manner. Going over one of the ways in which this can be accomplished, and speaking with a lawyer, will allow you to avoid probate in an… Read More »


Protecting Your Digital Assets With A Florida Estate Plan

By Eric Millhorn |

A proper Florida estate plan can, and will, protect your digital assets. But, without the necessary provisions, there is a chance that your digital assets will fail to go to the people whom you would like to have them. Going over the ways in which you can protect your digital assets with a Florida… Read More »


Are There Any Assets That Avoid Probate In Florida?

By Eric Millhorn |

Right before your assets can be given to the people you love, they must go through probate. Probate allows your assets to be organized/managed, while also preventing your beneficiaries from receiving them for quite some time, due to the overall length of the process. Given this fact, many people choose to bypass probate with… Read More »

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