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Hillsborough County Probate Attorney Offers 6 Tips to Avoid a Will Contest

When you create a will, you should be able to rest easy knowing that your wishes will be honored and followed when you pass away. However, if someone in your life is unhappy with what your will says, it is possible that it could be contested in court.  As a Hillsborough County probate attorney, I see this more often than I like.  In situations
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Tampa Bay Will and Trust Lawyers Warn Millennials to Move Estate Planning to The Top of the Priority List

Wills and trusts are only something you need when you are older and approaching the end of your life…right?  This assumption is probably why most people think that our Tampa Bay will and trust lawyers at the Law Offices of Laurie E. Ohall only work with retired individuals looking for the best way to leave their assets to their adult children. The truth is
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Tampa Bay Special Needs Lawyers: Critical Choices for Your Child’s Special Needs Trust

If you are a parent of a child with special needs, you face a whole range of challenges that you probably didn’t expect. One of the unique issues our Tampa Bay Special Needs Lawyers realize that you face is planning for your child’s future as an adult… and perhaps a future that doesn’t include you. Unlike other parents, you need to get a solid
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Tampa Bay Will Lawyer: 6 Things to Know When Buying Life Insurance

Life Insurance policies are an important part of estate planning for many individuals. It is a great way to provide financial security for your heirs when you pass away. However, as a Tampa Bay Will Lawyer, I must warn that there are several issues that people don’t properly consider when buying insurance policies. Here is what you should know before executing your life insurance
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Brandon Estate Attorney Answers, “Do you need a Last Will & Testament or a Revocable Living Trust?”

The Last Will and Testament and Revocable Living Trust are the most common documents used in estate planning. They are both legal documents that you can use to provide instructions about what happens to your assets upon your death. But, even though they can do the same thing, they are used for very different purposes. Unless you are a Brandon Estate Attorney and you
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Brandon Will and Trust Lawyer: Should You Leave Different Inheritance Amounts To Your Kids?

It is pretty common for parents to distribute their assets equally among their children when they pass away.  As a Brandon Will and Trust Lawyer, I see this often. However, this is not always the best choice for families. In some circumstances, the fair thing to do is not always equal shares for all.  If any of these circumstances apply to you, then you
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