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October 2011 Archives

What bills must surviving family members pay after a death?

There is often a great deal of confusion as to what financial obligations pass on to family members when a person dies. In fact, debt settlement is often an important addition to many estate planning portfolios.

Estate planners may need to consider adjusting for higher taxes

In the midst of a bitter political battle in the United States, largely over how taxes will be handled under the next presidency, investors are beginning to worry about increased taxes and estate administration.

Welcome to our Miami, Florida, estate and probate administration law blog

When you have been named as executor or administrator of an estate and need to take the necessary steps to settle matters in probate court, an experienced lawyer can be of great assistance and can help you protect your rights. Florida's probate laws can be confusing and intimidating, with a unique set of rules and a language that can be difficult to understand. You want an attorney who understands the law and the process, who will carefully explain what you need to do, and will guide you to completion of the probate process.