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Types of Trusts in Estate Planning

By Nici Law Firm, P.L. |

Use of Trusts in Estate Planning One of the easiest ways to ensure that your assets are handed down to your beneficiaries is to establish at least one trust in your estate plan. Aside from a will, trusts are also one of the best ways to ensure that your affairs are handled in the… Read More »

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Including Charitable Giving in Your Estate Plan

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Including charitable giving in your estate plan is a great way to give back to the community and carry on your legacy. If you are interested in including charitable giving in your estate plan, you should talk to a qualified Naples attorney. There are various ways to include charitable giving in your estate plan,… Read More »

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Use of QTIP Trust in Second Marriages

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Second marriages come with unique estate planning challenges, especially if you have children from a prior marriage. You may feel the tension between providing for your new spouse and leaving a legacy to your children from outside the marriage. You can overcome most of these challenges with careful estate planning. A Qualified Terminable Interest… Read More »

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Reasons to Establish a Guardianship

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A guardian is a surrogate decision-maker appointed by the court to make either personal or financial decisions for a minor or for an adult with mental or physical disabilities (referred to as the ward). In Florida, the guardianship process is governed by Chapter 744, Florida Statutes, and guardians are subject to court oversight. There… Read More »

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Benefits of a Power of Attorney

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A power of attorney is an estate planning tool that grants one person, a designated agent, the right to act for another person known as the principal. In a power of attorney document, you can give your agent limited or broad authority to make decisions about your property, finances, investments, or medical care. It… Read More »

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