Trusts and estates are the two main legal structures for transferring assets to your heirs and beneficiaries. Each works in critically different ways.
One of the most common questions people ask about estate planning is whether they should be using a revocable trust instead of a last will and testament.
In Florida, the term “guardianship” refers to a legal process where a person is evaluated to determine if they are incapacitated and in need of a legal guardian. To make this determination the Court appoints an examining committee consisting of three members. Of the three members, one member must be