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Celebration of Independence Day

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Serving Palm Bay, Sebastian, and Vero Beach Independence Day July 4th marks the day that the United States finally became independent. Over 241 years ago, we marked our independence from Britain and became THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Two days prior, on July 2nd, 1776, a vote took place to declare our independence. Delegates… Read More »

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Seatbelts and Personal Injury Auto Accident Claims

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Seatbelts save lives, there is no doubt about it. Did you know that something as simple as a seatbelt can affect your personal injury claim if you were injured in an auto accident? Despite around 1.3 million people dying in road and auto accidents each year in the United States, a large majority of… Read More »

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Drowning Accidents in Swimming Pools Cause Death in Children

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Drowning Accidents in Swimming Pools Due to Florida’s many waterways and nearly endless coastline, drowning accidents are common in the state. In 2013, Florida saw a rate of 7.54 children per 100,000 under the age of four become the victims of drowning. It is not just drowning in lakes, streams, and the ocean that… Read More »

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What Should I Include in My Last Will and Testament?

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Why is a Will and Testament Important? In an earlier blog post, we looked at the reasons to create a will, and exactly why it is so important to do so. Having a will and testament in place is a major relief to a family once a loved one passes. A will can give… Read More »

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The Importance of an Estate Planning Attorney

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What does an Estate Planning Attorney Do? Estate planning is often overlooked by people from all income brackets. However, estate planning is something that should be treated with more care and consideration than many give it. By failing to plan for the future, individuals plan to fail upon their passing. What is Estate Planning?… Read More »

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What circumstances can you be dishinerited?

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In the State of Florida, there are 4 circumstances in an individual may be disinherited. These are assumed because the probate court believes that this is what the decedent would have wanted. The first way to become disinherited is for a failure to support a child. A breach of parental obligations will prevent the… Read More »

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Where do your inheritance rights come from?

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The Origin of Inheritance Rights The legal system that we have in United States is based on the Old English Law. The Old English Law placed many restrictions on inheritance and it is what we have used to evolve to our current day laws. Back in the day, inheritance was determined by gender lines… Read More »

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Why can a Will be contested?

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In Estate Planning, there are many instruments that require contracts between the parties. In order to properly execute a contract, there are several requirements that are required. If one of these requirements are not met, the instrument, such as a will or trust, may be challenged after the decedent dies. A person who is… Read More »

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Florida’s Right to Refuse a Gift

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Florida’s Right to Disclaim In Florida, the law presumes that the recipient wants a gift, unless they act to otherwise refuse a gift. If you do act to refuse a gift, you are disclaiming or refusing a gift or inheritance. This may be done for a variety of reasons: it may be worthless property,… Read More »

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Florida’s Protection of the Family

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Florida’s Protection of the Family after a Family members Death In Florida, there are 5 distinct statutory/constitutional protections for surviving spouses and children. The law specifically provides for surviving spouses and minor children Under the first protection: Elective Share, the law mandates a forced share of the estate for your surviving spouse. Specifically, in… Read More »

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