Considering the distant future is something that many people often overlook in day-to-day living. On the other hand, sometimes there are individuals who are ready to plan for every step of the way in life. Whether you are a person in the former or latter category, creating a will is a wise choice for many reasons. Although your loved ones may think that they know how you wish for your personal property to be distributed upon your passing, you should formalize these wishes by using a will attorney. Only then can your wishes for asset distribution be guaranteed.
When you hire a lawyer to assist you in probate matters, you look for someone who has legal expertise in probate. More precisely, when looking for a probate lawyer, you are in fact searching for a counselor at law. What exactly does “counselor at law” mean? The actual act of […]
Probate law may seem elusive to many, even after a meeting with an attorney. This is unfortunate and shouldn’t be the case. At Bret Jones, P.A. our attorneys believe in a culture where our clients fully appreciate the subject matter that we discuss with them. In Probate law, the rules […]
When probate estate matters come into play, nothing should be taken lightly. Although the future may be far away, as Benjamin Franklin said, “An ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure.” This can be said for many things, including probate estate matters. Consult with one of the […]
What is a Trust? Does One Need an Estate Planning Attorney to Create One? A trust is a legal document,usually prepared with the assistance of an Estate Planning Attorney, that outlines an agreement made between a trustee and a beneficiary. A trustee holds legal title to property for the beneficiary […]
What Side of the Fence Are You On? Boundary Disputes in Florida & Elsewhere Once upon a time in a courtroom, I watched as someone started to explain themselves to a Judge. As the person continued to explain why they did what they did, the Judge politely made them stop. […]