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Category Archives: Living Trusts

Do I Really Need A Will Or Living Trust & A Power Of Attorney?

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

By: Larry E. Bray, Esq. What if you don’t have a will or trust? Well, that depends on your situation. If you are married with children and you predecease your spouse, although you would have liked all your assets to go to your spouse, absent that expression in a testamentary instrument like a will,… Read More »

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Is a Revocable Living Trust Better Than a Will?

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

Whether you own a large estate or a small amount of property, you have a number of options for passing along your worldly possessions and providing for your loved ones after you’re gone. One option the American Association of Retired Persons reports has been growing in popularity in recent years is something known as… Read More »

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Brittany Maynard Raises Public Awareness About End-of-Life Care

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

Brittany Maynard knew she was going to die. In early 2014, she had been diagnosed with brain cancer. By the spring, medical experts overseeing her care estimated she had just six more months to live. Rather than allow the cancer to fully run its course, Maynard took her own life during the first weekend… Read More »

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Maybe It’s Time to Update Your Estate Plan

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

Imagine this scenario: A newly married couple in their late twenties or early thirties decide to sit down with an attorney and map out an estate plan. They write a will, purchase life insurance policies, perhaps establish a trust fund for the children they plan to have one day. It all sounds great. Then… Read More »

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Florida Differs From Other States When Writing a Will

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

Want to prevent your relatives from fighting over your will after you die? In most states, a person can put the brakes on a court battle between family members by writing what’s known as a “no-contest clause” into the will itself. If any of your relatives have such a clause in their will, that’s… Read More »

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