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Florida Estate Planning for Blended Families

By Larry E. Bray |

The blended family is becoming a more common situation as people remarry and have spouses with children from prior relationships. This can be slightly more complex when it comes to estate planning. If you have a blended family, you may find it beneficial to speak with a knowledgeable West Palm Beach estate planning attorney… Read More »


Importance of Having a Florida Estate Planning Checklist

By Larry E. Bray |

Everyone needs an estate plan, even if you don’t have a lot of assets. This is also the case if you are young or don’t have any immediate family members. Estate planning is not just for your assets when you pass away. It can also help in the event that you become incapacitated and… Read More »


What are the Most Important Aspects of Your West Palm Beach Estate Plan?

By Larry E. Bray |

Developing an estate plan is important. However, developing the wrong estate plan, or an incomplete one, doesn’t end up helping you as much you intended. Think about it — you spent your life building up your estate, ensuring you are investing in the right funds, and planning for your succession. But, you failed to… Read More »


Types of Trusts to Consider for Your Boca Raton Estate Plan

By Larry E. Bray |

Trusts are an integral part of a Boca Raton estate plan, but not all trusts are created equal. Depending on your particular estate, what works for you may not work for someone else. This is why you should meet with an experienced West Palm Beach estate planning attorney. Your attorney can explain the benefits… Read More »


Can You Contest a Florida Trust?

By Larry E. Bray |

While it’s relatively common to contest a will in Florida, a trust may also be contested in select scenarios. In the event you are successful in contesting the trust in question, it could result in the need to modify the trust or even terminate it in some cases. Just as you shouldn’t attempt to… Read More »


Why You Should Hire a West Palm Beach Business Law Attorney to Draft Your Contracts

By Larry E. Bray |

Contracts are legally binding agreements between people or businesses wherein one party is agreeing to provide goods or perform a service in exchange for financial compensation or receipt of other services or goods. A contract is not formed until there is an offer and acceptance as well as some type of consideration, which is… Read More »


Dealing with Mental Capacity Issues in Florida Estate Planning

By Larry E. Bray |

In order to execute a valid last will and testament, someone has to have what’s known as mental capacity. If there is a question as to whether the will creator, known as the testator, was or was not competent at the time, the will could be challenged in probate. Mental capacity can encompass a… Read More »


Why Asset Protection is an Important Part of Your West Palm Beach Estate Plan

By Larry E. Bray |

No matter whether you are looking to protect personal assets or business assets from potential creditors down the road, it’s important to take the proper steps now. Every situation and asset portfolio is different, which means the most effective tools will differ from client to client. Don’t attempt to try to figure out what… Read More »


5 Major Disasters to Avoid with Your Florida Estate Plan

By Larry E. Bray |

Starting an estate plan, even when you are younger, is important. However, it’s also important that you ensure your estate plan works for you. Just creating a will isn’t always enough to adequately protect your assets and ensure your wishes are carried out. When you meet with a West Palm Beach estate planning attorney,… Read More »


What Constitutes a Florida Breach of Contract Claim?

By Larry E. Bray |

To understand what constitutes a breach of contract in Florida, you need to first understand what a valid contract is. There are several main elements to a contract that must be present before the contact exists in the first place. These elements are the offer, acceptance, and consideration. Consideration is the quid pro quo,… Read More »

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