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Why Is Walt Disney’s Grandson Unable to Claim his $200 Million Inheritance?

April 24, 2020
In a national telephonic press conference today by attorney Lanny Davis, a legal representative for Walt Disney’s grandson Bradford D. Lund, the announcement was made of another count added to their previously filed U.S. Civil Rights Act complaint against Superior Court Judge David J. Cowan and the entire Los Angeles County Superior Court.
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Do I Need to Be Wealthy to Set Up a Florida Trust?

April 23, 2020
If you've heard of trust funds but don't know what they are or how they work, you're not alone. Many people know just one key fact about trust funds: they're set up by the ultra-wealthy as a way to protect passing on significant sums of money to family, friends or entities (charities, for example) after they pass away.
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What about Spousal Social Security Benefits?

April 22, 2020
If you have never worked or paid Social Security taxes (or not paid them for long enough), you will not be eligible to receive Social Security retirement benefits on your own account.
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Do I Really Need a Florida Health Care Directive?

April 21, 2020
An Advance Directive/Living Will is that type of document. It provides authorization for the termination of life support. It is a document that only you can sign – you cannot delegate the power to make that decision.
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C19 UPDATE: Should You Bring Mom Home from the Florida Nursing Home Now?

April 20, 2020
With the coronavirus moving through facilities that house older adults, families across the country are wondering “Should I bring Mom or Dad home?”
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What I Need to Know about Caring for a Loved One with Dementia

April 17, 2020
There are few challenges more emotional and difficult than caring for an aging loved one who has dementia. In addition to the normal challenges of aging, elders who suffer from dementia can experience dramatic temperament changes and require more attentive care. As the condition progresses, wandering becomes a risk and around-the-clock care may be needed.
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If Not Now, When? It is the Time for Estate Planning

April 16, 2020
Estate planning attorneys are getting mobbed with questions. Here is some timely advice from three attorneys on what families and business owners should be doing to prepare, in case the unimaginable happens.
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Should You Cut Florida Retirement Savings During the Pandemic?

April 15, 2020
Take the money you’d normally save for retirement and put it into an account for emergencies.
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Why Is Estate Planning more Complicated with a Florida 'Gray Divorce'?

April 14, 2020
Rising divorce rates among Americans over the age of 50 are causing more conflict in estate planning, new data shows. According to a recent survey by TD Wealth, up to 40% of financial planners say that rising gray divorce rates are leading to an increase in family strife with estate planning as the top conflict.
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C19 UPDATE: Will Insurance Help Florida Business Owners Recover Lost Income?

April 13, 2020
It is important to promptly review policies, notify insurers of claims, and track losses, even if there are issues or questions that may ultimately preclude coverage.
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