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Estate Planning Essentials for Young Co-Parenting Families During Summer Break

By Paul E. Riffel |

As the school year ends and summer begins, it is a time when many families focus on vacations, activities, and making memories. However, it is also an excellent time to consider important financial and legal matters, such as estate planning. While it might not be the first thing on your summer to-do list, estate… Read More »

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Smart Wealth Management Techniques for Baby Boomers in Estate Planning

By Paul E. Riffel |

Are you a Baby Boomer living in Florida? As Baby Boomers move into retirement and beyond, there is a need for estate planning to become an essential component of a financial strategy. Good and effective estate planning not only ensures the smooth transfer of wealth to the next generation but also helps to minimize… Read More »

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6 Ways to Successfully End Your Child’s School Year with Your Ex

By Paul E. Riffel |

The end of the school year can be a bustling period of transitions and celebrations, making it an especially challenging time for separated or divorced parents. As you know, successfully managing this time with your ex can significantly impact your child’s emotional well-being and academic success. As parents navigate through final exams, class parties,… Read More »

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Understanding the Risks of Using AI for Florida Estate Planning Today

By Paul E. Riffel |

Are you contemplating using some form of artificial intelligence (AI) in the creation of an estate plan? Many of us use technology to communicate with our family, maintain our bank accounts, purchase items or more, but should we also include legal matters such as estate planning?  AI tools may offer convenience and a semblance… Read More »

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Key Reasons Mediation Can Be Beneficial in Your Florida Divorce

By Paul E. Riffel |

Did you realize that one of the most challenging times in a person’s life can be when they are going through a divorce?  However, when you work with a knowledgeable Florida family law attorney they can help you work through a maze of emotional, financial, and legal complexities. Often many individuals with their attorney… Read More »

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Did You Know Prenuptial Agreements and Your Estate Planning Go Hand in Hand?

By Paul E. Riffel |

When it comes to estate planning and family law, one critical aspect often overlooked by couples as they plan their futures together is the prenuptial agreement. Commonly perceived as a tool for the wealthy or those on their second or subsequent marriages, prenuptial agreements, in reality, serve a far broader purpose. They are, in… Read More »

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7 Questions Your Florida Collaborative Divorce Attorney May Ask You

By Paul E. Riffel |

As you contemplate your divorce, are you discovering that it is a complex and emotional journey? Are you finding that it is also overwhelming in all the legal, financial, and personal considerations? Did you realize that when you work with a Florida divorce attorney and your goal is to have a collaborative divorce, they… Read More »

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Consider These Essential Actions to Safeguard Against Estate Planning Controversies

By Paul E. Riffel |

As you consider your estate planning, are you debating whether to include some essential actions to safeguard your estate from controversy? Were you aware that a key concern many adults have is how to avoid a will contest after their death? Why? Because a contested will can lead to prolonged court battles, strained family… Read More »

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Identifying Key Reasons Why You Need a Prenuptial Agreement in Your Estate Plan

By Paul E. Riffel |

Are you considering remarriage? If you have accumulated significant assets, businesses, or have children from previous relationships, the importance of Florida estate planning, including a prenuptial agreement, cannot be overstated. As lives become more complex, protecting your assets and ensuring your wishes are honored becomes a crucial aspect of merging lives with a new… Read More »

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Understanding the Nuances Between Assisted Living vs. Skilled Nursing Options for Elderly Care

By Paul E. Riffel |

As we age, the decision about where to spend our later years can be intimidating. And, as both cognitive and physical challenges begin to emerge, finding a place that can meet  long-term care needs, as well as being able to afford it, can be challenging. Frequently, two of the most common options for senior… Read More »

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