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January 2019 Archives

Many life changes can impact your will

Growing older can lead to many life changes, and many of them have significant implications that may surprise you. We tend to think of our legal and professional lives as separate from our personal lives, but when it comes to your will, this is not the case.

Handling a real estate dispute

When it comes to real estate sales, various challenges may arise. For example, people may have little experience with real estate transactions, whether they are selling commercial property for the first time or have never sold residential real estate before. Moreover, these transactions can result in disagreements for a myriad of reasons, and it is pivotal to handle a real estate dispute correctly. After all. there may be much at stake and you could be significantly impacted by the outcome of such a dispute. In Cape Coral, and across the state of Florida, individuals and business owners involved in a disagreement over real estate transactions should carefully examine all their options.

Remember to review beneficiary designations and estate plans

One of the benefits of setting up an IRA or 401(k) is the way you can designate whom shall receive its contents after you die. By filling out the beneficiary designation on various types of accounts, such as IRAs, 401(k) plans and annuities, you will state exactly whom you want to benefit from the assets. The problem is, you can't forget about them.

Deciding how your estate will be split up

Creating an estate plan can be a tough decision for a variety of reasons, and people often struggle with unique issues depending on their circumstances. For example, some may need to include children in their estate plan, while others may have no kids but a significant amount of wealth. Making decisions related to beneficiaries can be one of the most challenging aspects of estate planning. Even once you know which type of estate plan to move forward with, you may have no idea how to distribute your assets among those who are close to you.

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