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Yearly Archives: 2013

SINGAPORE: WHAT CAN WE LEARN ABOUT INVESTING FROM BEING OVERSEAS?

Uncategorized Nov 24, 2013

One of the great things about international travel is discovery. Not only of new sights and sounds, but perspective. Sure, landmarks, architecture, culture, beaches and beauty, museums and mountains are why we all travel abroad. But when you are there, you also get a first hand for what they are thinking and investing in, easier than on the internet.

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UNDUE INFLUENCE IN FLORIDA WILL LAWSUITS: what does it really mean in a probate or will case?

Uncategorized Nov 21, 2013

Your mother is in her 80’s, and while still sharp, you know she is slowing down. Well, at least you think you do. While you don’t see her often, you hear it on the phone. Actually, you don’t call often, but when you do, you think that mom is getting older quicker. You don’t see this firsthand because you don’t visit, even though mom lives in a very nice condo near the beach in Boca Raton, Florida and she’s asked you to visit many times. 

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HOW DO I LEARN ABOUT MY PARENTS’ FLORIDA ESTATE AND MONEY? : important reminders about “discovery” in Florida estates and probate administration. Why beneficiaries who harass or play probate lawyer can lose an inheritance and get burned.

Uncategorized Nov 21, 2013

Your parents are dead and you wondering where all the money went. Your mom and dad lived in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida in a house that’s worth $800,000. Dad was an executive who you believe had lots of life insurance and a huge retirement account. Mom and dad lived lavishly, but how much could they really spend in retirement?

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INHERITANCE LAWSUITS IN FLORIDA ESTATES & PROBATES: what are they ?

Uncategorized Nov 20, 2013

What is an inheritance lawsuit? If someone you know has passed away, or just died, like a mom or a dad, maybe an aunt who retired to Florida, that person had a Florida estate. That Florida citizen had property which passes or “goes to” his or her chosen beneficiaries. Sometimes that money or property is inherited quickly and easily. One example is a Florida joint bank account, or a life insurance policy on the life of the dead Florida resident. You get a death certificate to the bank or the insurance company, and proof of who you are, present your ID, and the money is yours, right?

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