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April 2012 Archives

Beneficiaries could finally see money from insurers

A life insurance policy is a great way for men and women to leave behind money for their loved ones after death. However, a life insurance policy is rendered meaningless when that money is never delivered to the beneficiary.

Joint or separate estate planning representation?

One of the reasons that cookie-cutter estate planning methods don't exist is because families are all different. Some are traditional families while others have a blended dynamic in which stepparents and half siblings are involved. The more intricate the family, the more tedious the estate planning process can be. After all, proper estate planning could be the deciding factor in keeping a family intact once one member has passed away.

When can a beneficiary inherit debt?

Just as men and women in Florida, and throughout the rest of the United States, can inherit property and other assets, they might also inherit debt tied in with a deceased loved one's estate. A lot of people might think that if they are the sole beneficiary to a person's estate, that there is no negative that can come with it.