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Monthly Archives: May 2023


What Happens When Domestic Agreements And Estate Documents Conflict?

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

Imagine this, quite common scenario: You plan ahead, visit your estate attorney, and put together a complete estate plan, designed to avoid probate and ensure that the things you own, pass easily and quickly, with as little court intervention by the probate court as possible. Years go by, and you end up getting divorced…. Read More »

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Fixed And Adjustable Rate Loans- Which Is Best For You?

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

When you are buying a home, and you are presented with mortgage options, there may be more options available to you than you think. Specifically, you may have the option of a fixed rate or an adjustable rate mortgage loan. This is a big decision—you’ll have to live with it for the duration of… Read More »

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What Does A Probate Court Actually Do?

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

We have often written about probate court, why some people may want to avoid it, and about getting an attorney to help you in probate court. But what is probate court, what does it do, and is it even necessary? Changing of Ownership of Assets In simplest terms, the probate court oversees the transition… Read More »

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Is Your Homestead Still Protected In Probate Court?

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

Whether you are rich or middle class or below middle class, it is very possible that you have homestead property. That means that when you create an estate plan, you should start to think about what will happen to the property, who will inherit it, and how. Of course the best option is to… Read More »

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Check Public Records For Covenants That Run With The Land

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

When you buy a home, your real estate attorney must always do a review and check of the public records. The reason is to make certain that “title” is clean and unencumbered; it’s important to know whether the person selling you the property actually has the legal right to sell it to you, and… Read More »

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