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Can You Imagine Challenging Your Parent’s Will?

It's more common than you think.  Imagine that you are expecting to inherit a significant portion of your parent's estate, only to discover that he or she left a large amount to someone that you never expected. This type of shock can change a child's life, and leave them feeling confused, angry and wondering if they have any options. Fortunately, there are ways to challenge a will when the circumstances don't add up. A will is a document that specifies a person's final wishes for distribution of their estate, and care of minor children. In some situations, people with an interest in...

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Keeping Your Family Out of Probate Court

Looking to avoid probate court? The Siegel Law Group can assist your family. Get in touch today by calling (561) 955-8115 for a free consultation or browse our website for more information. Keeping your family out of probate court may be the best thing that you can do for them. The death of loved ones is emotionally devastating. It is even more stressful when families end up in probate court, potentially facing long and expensive legal battles, while waiting to close an estate. Fortunately, there are many ways to ensure that your family...

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Protect Your Digital Legacy

Digital legacy planning with Siegel Law Group.

Are you worried about your digital legacy? Don't leave things to chance, let's work together and start planning now. Proper estate planning is important to ensure that last wishes, assets, and accounts are handled properly when you or a loved one passes on. The rise of the internet and social media in the last twenty years has created a new exigence for wills and trusts - handling the digital legacy of the deceased. Without usernames and passwords, it may not be possible to recover some digital assets or access online accounts. A recent, tragic...

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Probate & Estate Planning

Everyone Fears It, But Few Know What It Is Typically, people begin estate planning with the intention of avoiding probate. Probate has been given a bad reputation, but there is nothing inherently “bad” about it at all. Probate protects a person’s rights and wishes in the event that they pass intestate, or without a will or trust. With probates, a judge determines the distribution of the deceased’s assets in accordance with state law. Probate can be extremely helpful in cases such as determining a suitable guardian for a minor after the unexpected passing of a parent. What Happens During the Probate Process? The legal procedures...

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9 Unexpected Estate Planning Problems

When it comes to Estate Planning, it is crucial that you consider the issues that may arise after you have moved on. On top of all of our responsibilities, it may be difficult to set aside enough time to ensure your Estate Plan is in order.  There may be all sorts of unintended consequences and complications when we forget to plan ahead.  In order to avoid these problems, consider these nine unexpected Estate Planning problems to avoid. 1. Probate Court-supervised administration of your estate is never an easy journey.  Despite helpful court personnel, there are still filing fees, privacy issues, and long waiting...

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