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New Year Estate Planning Tips when it comes to Remarrying

By Paul E. Riffel |

Are you planning to remarry in the New Year? Are you planning your wedding, contacting wedding venues, and notifying family? It is a busy time for you and your future spouse. With all the busyness, though, have you considered how remarriage will impact your Florida estate plan? Typically in a first marriage, the goals… Read More »

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Key Items to Include in Your New Year’s Estate Planning Checklist

By Paul E. Riffel |

Are you recovering from your holidays and starting to think about your New Year’s resolutions? Are you looking forward to beginning the work on your resolutions? Did you make one of your resolutions this year to create a Florida estate plan? Good for you! Let us help you get started. With your estate plan… Read More »

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Let Us Share The Greatest Gift You Can Give This Holiday Season

By Paul E. Riffel |

Are you busy finishing the purchase of last minute holiday gifts for your children and grandchildren? As you complete your shopping list of holiday gifts for your family, we have a gift for you to consider. In fact this gift, we believe, is the greatest gift you can give to your family this holiday… Read More »

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Reasons Why You Need to Plan Early for Long-Term Care

By Paul E. Riffel |

Are you familiar with long-term care? Long-term care focuses on the needs of an aging person, often a senior, who is no longer able to meet his needs independently. In fact, the senior requires assistance from another person. This assistance may take different forms. For example, it might include: • Housekeeping chores, • Keeping… Read More »

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3 Important Conversations to Have with Your Aging Parents as Soon as Possible

By Paul E. Riffel |

Do you and your aging parents get together often for visits with the grandchildren and to just enjoy each other and reminisce? As you discuss the past and your childhood with your parents, do you find that your parents have always been there for you with support and guidance? Now that your parents are… Read More »

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How Poor Florida Estate Planning Can Hurt You And Your Child’s Future

By Paul E. Riffel |

Do you have a family? Do you work hard for your family to provide for their needs? Together as a family do you enjoy traveling, attending sports events, helping with homework and just being together? As you work hard to provide for your children each and every day, how about any planning for their… Read More »

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Three Ways DIY Estate Planning May Backfire on Your Beneficiaries

By Paul E. Riffel |

Love do-it-yourself projects? Thinking about doing your own estate plan? Is having a DIY estate plan better than not having an estate plan at all? Maybe not. If you decide to write your own estate plan without seeking counsel from a qualified Florida estate planning attorney, you could run into a lot of issues… Read More »

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Estate Planning Remarriage Tips to Consider This Valentine’s Day

By Paul E. Riffel |

With thoughts of Valentine’s Day in mind during February are you planning to remarry, or have you already remarried? If your answer is yes to either query, there are three essential points about estate planning and remarriage that you may need to understand and discuss with your future or current spouse. In addition, you… Read More »

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Reasons Why Estate Planning for Digital Assets is Important in the New Year

By Paul E. Riffel |

This month are you beginning to work on accomplishing your 2022 New Year’s resolutions?  Did you include understanding how to protect your digital assets, which is currently a hot topic?  Data security is in the headlines and digital privacy is on the mind of many Floridians.  January is a good time to research how… Read More »

How to Choose an Estate Planning Attorney Near Me

How to Choose an Estate Planning Attorney Near Me

By Paul E. Riffel |

More and more families in the United States live every day in “non-traditional” configurations, and we have absolutely moved forward in expanding the definition of what family means. When it comes to estate planning, however, the process can be trickier if your family does not fit into the classic mold of two married opposite-sex… Read More »

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