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Guardianship of a Minor

In Blog, Estate Planning, Guardianships by casalmoreno

Guardianship of a Minor Guardianships do not only pertain to people suffering from Alzheimer’s or have special needs, in the eyes of the law a person under 18 years of age is also considered incapacitated. A minor who is under 18 does not have the capacity to manage their own …

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Estate Planning for Blended Families

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Estate Planning for blended families can be difficult. Second marriages present special challenges in estate planning.  Spouses have children from prior marriages.  They have children together.  They have assets brought into the relationship, and assets obtained together.  These families should have two goals.  First, to provide for the other spouse, …

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Estate Planning for Newlyweds

In Blog, Estate Planning by casalmoreno

All month long we will be discussing estate planning for certain individuals. This week we will focus on estate planning for newlyweds. Estate Planning for Newlyweds Marriage is the formation of a new family unit. This is a great time to begin estate planning as most of the time, it …

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Digital Assets Discussed and How to Plan for Them

In Blog, Estate Planning by casalmoreno

A common oversight in estate planning has become planning for the administration of digital assets. Digital Assets are any files stored on digital devices, desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphones, cloud technology, etc. It also includes email accounts, online banking accounts, social media accounts, owned web domain names, and other programs and …

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Elder Abuse and Exploitation

In Blog, Estate Planning, Guardianships by casalmoreno

What is elder abuse and exploitation? Florida’s climate and benefits make it the perfect state to retire. Despite the safeguard in place to prevent fraud and elder abuse, it is still prevalent and widespread. The elderly are rarely exploited by a stranger, it is usually (unfortunately) a loved one or …

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