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Monthly Archives: May 2022

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Getting A Dementia Diagnosis Is A Real Possibility: Can Your Estate Plan Cope With It?

By Gierach and Gierach, P.A. |

Fans everywhere were shocked and saddened to hear that Bruce Willis is retiring from acting after his diagnosis of aphasia, a neurological disorder involving deficits in the ability to use language.  Some types of aphasia are associated with dementia, while other types occur as the result of a stroke; therefore, most patients diagnosed with… Read More »

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How Much Can You Get Paid As Personal Representative Of A Family Member’s Estate?

By Gierach and Gierach, P.A. |

Acting as the personal representative of a family member’s estate is work, and if you think that you deserve to be paid for putting in all the effort to make sure that all the beneficiaries listed in the decedent’s estate get their money, Florida law agrees with you.  In Florida, the personal representative of… Read More »

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Make Sure That Your Will Does Not Conflict With Your Prenuptial Agreement

By Gierach and Gierach, P.A. |

Young people are always saying things to which you cannot relate, further reminding you that you are old.  “7:30 in the morning is too early to get up.”  “What’s a modem?”  “Prenuptial agreements kill the romance.”  Of course, older people are wiser.  Once you get to a certain age, the age when you feel… Read More »

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The Courts Will Not Rule On Religious Questions, So Be Clear About Your Wishes In Your Estate Plan

By Gierach and Gierach, P.A. |

Perhaps a relative of yours was buried in his military uniform, or at another relative’s funeral, everyone sang the decedent’s favorite hymn.  It is possible that the surviving family members just knew what the decedent would have wanted at their funeral, but more likely, they let their relatives know, either verbally or in writing. … Read More »

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