One of the most important things to take into consideration during your estate planning is not just what to do with your assets and property, but what to do with you if you find yourself with a catastrophic injury or illness that renders you incapacitated and unable to communicate. What type of healthcare do you want to receive if you are facing serious, potentially life-altering conditions?
As we wake up and go through each day, the last thing on our minds is our ultimate and inevitable demise. Unfortunately, no one lives forever, and each day could be our last. One never knows when an accident or catastrophic injury or illness could spring up.
Owning a Florida vacation home is a dream for people all around the world. For those who live in the state year-round it might be a necessity. Regardless of the reason, those with experience in real estate know both sides of these transactions have legal responsibilities to meet and rights to protect. To be sure of one's footing every step of the process, it's important to work with a skilled attorney.
The last thing people want to think about is their death. But like the late, great Benjamin Franklin once told us, there are only two certainties in life, death and taxes. While most of us think of taxes every time we make a purchase, and every quarter when taxes are due, we generally do not think about death very often. But it will happen.