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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A PEACEFUL PROBATE AND A CONTESTED(FIGHTING) PROBATE?

I recently received a call where the adult children were all seeking separate attorneys to handle the Miami probate matter of the death of their parent. Like this one, I receive many calls regarding contested probate cases in both Miami-Dade County and Broward County. I only handle peaceful matters as there are attorneys who specialize in litigation, fighting, and contested matters regarding wills and trusts in both Miami-Dade and Broward Counties; and that is not me.  

WHAT IS PROBATE? 

Probate is the court process where a loved one dies with assets in their own name. This may consist of their homestead, real estate investments, stocks or bonds, bank accounts and other assets. The first step to a probate case is to ascertain the assets and debts and contact an attorney to assist you in court process related to the collection and distribution of your loved one’s assets. 

WHAT IS A PEACEFUL PROBATE?

A peaceful probate in Miami- Dade or Broward county happens when all parties agree. Thus, in a peaceful probate matter, after a loved one passes away all beneficiaries agree to use the same probate attorney. For example, all of the adult children agree and want the case resolved as efficiently as possible.  

WHY DO I ONLY ACCEPT PEACEFUL PROBATE MATTERS?

I only accept peaceful probate matters as it is my vision in Ally M. Glaser, P.A., to hold true to my ideals of bringing families together. As I have both a psychology degree and a law degree, my skills are best used when we are all on the same team. In my over twenty-three years of practicing law, I have helped strengthen the bonds of families and assist them in their legal matters. 

WHY SHOULD YOU USE ALLY M. GLASER, PA TO HANDLE YOUR WILLS AND TRUSTS, ESTATE PLANNING IN MIAMI BEACH, TRUST ADMINISTRATION, AND MIAMI-DADE AND BROWARD PROBATE MATTERS?

As a Miami Beach Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Trust Administration, and Probate Attorney in Miami Beach with over twenty-three years of experience and both a Psychology and Law degree, I handle these matters with care and sensitivity. I am familiar and comfortable with both the Broward County and Miami-Dade probate court system and know how to get things done. Call or email me today to discuss your Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Trust Administration, and Broward or Miami-Dade County Probate matters.  I am happy to help you and your loved ones.

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DO MORE PEOPLE DIE AT CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS?

 DO MORE PEOPLE DIE AT CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS?

I attended two funerals during the holiday week and thought that was rather rare so I looked it up and yes, more people die on Christmas and New Year than other times of year. Both the Washington Post and CNN have related articles regarding this topic. The reasons are all speculative, but the statistics do show this to be true. It could be stress, holding on until the holidays, depression if they are alone or many other factors. 

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A SINGLE PARENT PASSES AWAY?

One of the services I attended was for a young mother in her forties with everything going for her but her cancer. She was smart, successful, loved by family and friends, and a happy person in general. In this scenario, if she has done estate planning in Miami Beach, Florida and properly funded a revocable trust, her kids are financially in a good place. 

WHAT ASSETS CAN YOU PUT IN A REVOCABLE TRUST?

Any assets can be placed into a revocable trust. For example, if this single mom owns three real estate properties, life insurance, bank accounts and investment accounts, all of this can be placed into her trust while she is alive and well and she is the trustee in control. This is a great way for her to her plan because she has two young children, and thus, would not want them to inherit too much, too soon.

IS THERE A NEED FOR A PROBATE CASE IN MIAMI -DADE COUNTY?

In the scenario above, if the money, real estate, bank accounts, and investment properties are all in Mom’s trust, then probate is not required and everything can be handled privately without any court involvement. The more efficient the estate planning, the easier it is on the children and loved ones left behind. 

AT WHAT AGES DO THE KIDS HAVE ACCESS TO MOM’S TRUST?

In our same scenario above, at the time of Mom’s death, her trust becomes irrevocable and thus, permanent. Her children, with the trustee’s guidance and assistance, can use these monies and assets during their life for health, education, maintenance, and support. This is an easy way to say the Mom’s assets can be used for the children’s benefit for everything and anything the kids may need until a certain predetermined age stated in her trust. Many of my clients use the ages 25 and 30; giving the children the opportunity to remove half the assets/monies at 25 and half at 30 this is another protection available when creating revocable trusts. 

HOW DO I CHOOSE THE BEST ESTATE PLANNING ATTORNEY IN MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA?

As a Miami Beach Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, and Probate Attorney with over twenty-three years of experience and both a Psychology and Law degree, I handle these matters with the care and sensitivity that they deserve. Call or email me today to discuss your Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, and Broward or Miami-Dade County Probate matters.  I am happy to help you and your loved ones in these difficult times.  

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ESTATE PLANNING HELPS SINGLE PARENTS PROTECT THEIR CHILDREN

CAN ESTATE PLANNING HELP SINGLE PARENTS PROTECT THEIR CHILDREN ?

Yes, all parents want to protect their children, but the chances of a couple dying at the same time is rare. Thus, a single parent especially a single parent of a minor child needs estate planning in Miami Beach, Florida more than most people. Even if you have a teenager or an adult child, proper estate planning in Miami Beach, Florida should also be done to protect those children in the case of your death. 

WHO WILL BE YOUR TRUSTEE?

The trustee will be the person to replace you in the case of your death or incapacity. I recently received a call from a single mother who wants to put her sisters in charge, one and then the other as an alternate, if needed, to look after her daughter and assets until her daughter turns 25 and 30 years of age, should she pass away before then. She is young and healthy and is seeking peace of mind knowing her plans are in place. 

WHAT ASSETS CAN YOU PUT IN A REVOCABLE TRUST?  

Any assets can be placed into a revocable trust. For example, if this single mom owns three real estate properties, life insurance, bank accounts and investment accounts, all of this can be placed into her trust while she is alive and well and she is the trustee in control. This is a great way for her to her plan because she has a young daughter, and thus, would not want her to inherit too much, too soon.

HOW ARE THESE TRANSFERS TO TRUST DONE? IS IT COMPLICATED?

No, the process is relatively simple. The life insurance has the trust listed as a beneficiary while she is a minor. As she matures the assets can be transferred to her name, but her mother may want to protect her interests and keep all assets in the trust until she turns the chosen ages of 25 and 30. These age determinations are made on a case by case basis depending on the client’s specific situation. Bank accounts and investments can be held directly in the name of the trust as the owner. 

HOW IS REAL ESTATE TRANSFERED?

For real estate, transfer deeds are done and recorded with the trust as the owner of the property. Homestead can still be applied for and accepted as long as the requirements are met. When the real estate properties and all assets are properly transferred, the need for a probate attorney in Miami or Broward County disappears.

WHY SHOULD YOU USE ALLY M. GLASER, PA TO HANDLE YOUR WILLS AND TRUSTS, ESTATE PLANNING IN MIAMI BEACH, TRUST ADMINISTRATION, AND MIAMI-DADE AND BROWARD PROBATE MATTERS?

As a Miami Beach Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Trust Administration, and Probate Attorney in Miami Beach with over twenty years of experience and both a Psychology and Law degree, I handle these matters with care and sensitivity. I am familiar and comfortable with both the Broward County and Miami-Dade probate court system and know how to get things done. Call or email me today to discuss your Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Trust Administration, and Broward or Miami-Dade County Probate matters.  I am happy to help you and your loved ones.

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HOW OLD SHOULD I BE TO DO ESTATE PLANNING IN MIAMI BEACH,FLOIDA

HOW OLD SHOULD I BE TO DO ESTATE PLANNING?

On October 31st, Halloween night, a mother and her two young children under the age of eight, lost their father and love when he was killed in a terrible accident while riding a scooter on his way to meet his family at a nearby Halloween pizza party. He was in his thirties and never expected to die that day; he had no estate planning, no will, no trust, no letters nor instructions.

WHAT HAPPENS NOW?

I was called and asked this question the very next day. Sadly, I did not have happy answers. Because they were not legally married and no estate planning had been done, his longtime girlfriend and mother of his two kids gets nothing unless it was planned ahead as in the case of a paid-on death beneficiary listed on a bank account, 401k, investment account, etc. If he left assets in his own name with no beneficiary, an attorney is retained and a probate administration begins with the children being the only beneficiaries and two required guardianships as the beneficiaries. There are so many better ways to protect these children. 

IS ESTATE PLANNING IN MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA ENOUGH TO PREVENT A PROBATE AND GUARDIASNSHIP MESS IN MIAMI DADE OR BROWARD COUNTY?

Yes, estate planning is enough to prevent this mess if done properly. I have many clients who are not married and live together and they are protected through proper estate planning. Also, when a trust is done properly there are provisions for minor young children and they are protected as well; preventing the need for an expensive and unnecessary court ordered guardianship. The law allows for a minor to receive $15,000 or less, anything more than that requires a guardianship to be set up by an attorney.

HOW DOES PROBATE ADMINISTRATION IN MIAMI WORK?

Probate administration is a difficult process to go through for the loved ones left behind. The first step is to hire a probate attorney. If a properly signed will exists, the will can be presented by the attorney and if admitted, it is followed. If there is no will or the will cannot be found, then it is considered an intestate (no will) probate and a bit more complicated as the heirs have to be proven.

SHOULD I HIRE A PROBATE OR ESTATE PLANNING ATTORNEY ?

Hiring the right probate attorney in Miami is very important as there are many specific rules that only apply in probate court. Ally M. Glaser is a probate and estate planning attorney in Miami Beach, Florida and has been practicing law for over 20 years. Ally uses both her psychology and law degree to help her clients with the experience and sensitivity that they deserve. Call or email today to get started with your estate planning or probate administration cases. 

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ESTATE TAXES PART 2- DOES MY STATE HAVE A STATE DEATH TAX? CAN I MOVE MY RESIDENCY TO FLORIDA?

ESTATE TAXES PART 2- WHICH STATES HAVE AN ESTATE STATE DEATH TAX?

At the time of this writing, there are 13 states with state estate taxes; Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Hawaii and Washington. My last three clients, from Illinois, New York, and Maryland redid their estate plans in compliance with Florida law and moved their residency to Florida to save on state death taxes and retire and enjoy our warm weather. 

IS ESTATE PLANNING IN MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA ENOUGH TO PREVENT ESTATE STATE DEATH TAXES?

Estate planning in Miami Beach, Florida is not enough to prove residency. The lawful requirements must be met, which includes actually living in Florida for at least 6 months and 1 day or more. You must also have proof of residency; such as, a Florida driver’s license, be registered to vote in Florida, have signed Florida estate planning documents, and pay taxes in Florida. 

WHEN DOES TRYING TO MOVE MY RESIDENCY TO FLORIDA FAIL?

The residency plan fails if you are not really living here in Florida. For example, if you are a snowbird and have a home in Miami Beach, Florida and New York City. If you spend 7 months in New York and only 5 months in Miami Beach, Florida, and all of your finances and investments are in New York banks and institutions, New York state will likely go after your estate to pay state death taxes. 

WHAT OTHER BENEFITS DO I GET BY MOVING TO MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA?

Other than avoiding paying state death taxes, you may receive homestead exemption status if you own real estate in Florida, live here, and offer proof to the county tax payers/appraisal office. To apply for homestead, you will need to visit in person, call them, or apply online at http://www.miamidade.gov/pa/exemptions.asp. Again, this request must be legitimate as the office checks to confirm your driver’s license and voter registration are both in Florida. Furthermore, you must prove that you receive mail at your homestead property by showing statements with your homestead address. 

WHY SHOULD I USE ALLY GLASER, P.A. TO MOVE MY RESIDECY TO FLORIDA?

At Ally Glaser, P.A., Ally Glaser has over 22 years of experience in dealing with probate cases in both Miami-Dade and Broward County and wills and trusts in Miami Beach, Florida. We handle these matters with the sensitivity and concern that the clients deserve and get the work done while also assisting in the moving of residency, if needed. I am happy to help and use my Psychology and Law degree to offer a special level of service. Call or email today to get started on moving your residency to Florida and creating or updating your wills and trusts. 

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WHAT ARE ESTATE DEATH TAXES AND DO I NEED TO WORRY ABOUT THEM?

WHAT ARE ESTATE TAXES AND DO I NEED TO WORRY ABOUT THEM?

Estate taxes are different in every state. The estate tax is a tax on your right to transfer property at your death. It is calculated by ascertaining the total of what a person owns or has an interest in at the time of his or her death. This is the fair market value and not what you actually paid, it is your gross estate. The items used to calculate this are for example real estate interests, business interests, stocks and investments, cash and securities, insurance, trusts, annuities, and other assets.  

IS ESTATE PLANNING DONE BECAUSE OF TAXES?

Estate planning in Miami Beach, Florida is done to protect an individual and their loves ones from guardianship and probate court involvement; and additional planning may be done to help with estate taxes.  

DO THE TAX LAWS CHANGE?

Yes, the tax laws can change. In my over twenty-two years of being an estate planning attorney in Miami Beach, Florida, the tax laws and exemption amounts have changed drastically. When I first started, I remember the exemption being $500,000.00 and now an individual exemption amount is $11,180,000 in 2019. 

CAN I GIVE FINANCIAL GIFTS?

Yes, an individual can gift up to $15,000.00 per year to each person. This is helpful in giving money to relatives, loved ones, or any person. 

SHOULD I USE ALLY M. GLASER, A MIAMI BEACH ESTATE PLANNING AND PROBATE ATTORNEY?

Yes, it is always best to use an attorney to assist you in these legal matters. It is best to invest in a good, experienced, attorney who can assist you in doing your estate planning documents properly and having a good estate plan in place so that you and your loved ones can avoid probate court. As an attorney that handles both Dade and Broward probates and estate planning matters, I know how important proper funding and attention to detail is in preventing these probates. I am happy to help you and your loved ones; call or email today. 

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IS ESTATE PLANNING HELPFUL BEFORE A SURGERY?

Yes, estate planning is helpful before a surgery. I should know as I recently had to go under anesthesia and go through a surgery and I had peace of mind knowing that my estate planning was complete. As the Miami Beach Estate Planning attorney that I am, I took it steps further as I do with my clients, and letters to my children and husband and instructions regarding life insurance and assets were in a known discussed location. 

CAN ESTATE PLANNING GIVE ME PEACE OF MIND?

Yes, estate planning if done properly, has so many benefits including peace of mind. Estate planning included creating a set of documents that spell out and explain your specific wishes regarding health care or termination of health care, and details regarding your assets and personal items. The more assets you have, the more detailed the plan. Estate planning also allows for all assets to be transferred at death without the need for probate court involvement, if done properly. 

WHY DO I WANT TO AVOID PROBATE? WHAT IS PROBATE?

At Ally M. Glaser, PA we assist with probates in both Miami-Dade and Broward County; both courts are overworked and there are unavoidable time delays. Probate is the name for the court process where loved ones must hire an attorney and prove they should receive the money and real estate either by will or no will; yes, even with a will, probate court is required. Why would you want to wait for assets that are rightly yours? Good estate planning saves you time, money, and keeps everything private. 

IS THERE ANY WAY TO AVOID PROBATE COURT?

In addition to proper estate planning, there are other ways to avoid probate court involvement in both Miami-Dade and Broward County. For example, a person with a few simple assets could put everything in joint name with their adult child or loved one, but this could lead to other problems. Another way, is to put paid on death beneficiary on a bank account, but this could have many complications. Some assets, such as financial investments accounts and real estate, do not allow for this paid on death beneficiary. Thus, it is always best to do a proper estate plan with a properly funded revocable trust, and protect yourself and your loved ones from both guardianship court and probate court. 

WHY SHOULD YOU USE ALLY GLASER, PA TO HANDLE YOUR WILLS AND TRUSTS, ESTATE PLANNING IN MIAMI BEACH, TRUST ADMINISTRATION, AND MIAMI-DADE AND BROWARD PROBATE MATTERS?

As a Miami Beach Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, and Probate Attorney with over twenty years of experience and both a Psychology and Law degree, I handle these matters with care and sensitivity. I am familiar and comfortable with both the Miami-Dade and Broward County probate court system and know how to get things done. Call or email me today to discuss your Miami Beach Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, and Broward or Miami-Dade County Probate matters.  

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PREVENTING A GUARDIANSHIP WITH ESTATE PLANNING

HOW CAN GUARDIANSHIP COURT INVOLVEMENT BE PREVENTED?

I received a sad call where a kind neighbor was trying to assist a sister who was mourning the loss of her sister and best friend. He said that the sister owned a house on Miami Beach and began to get extremely forgetful, creating the need for guardianship. When an individual in Miami-Dade or Broward County lacks mental capacity and cannot properly manage their assets, a guardianship is required by the courts. The neighbor was calling for help because the guardianship company was trying to get paid from the assets that the sister needed to pay the mortgage and maintain the house. A properly funded revocable trust could have prevented this guardianship.

CAN ESTATE PLANNING PREVENT A GUARDIANSHIP?

Yes, properly funded revocable trusts and proper estate planning documents can prevent a guardianship. A guardianship is a costly process that takes money away from the intended beneficiaries. While a person is alive and competent, a revocable trust can be created allowing the family privacy, and avoiding the need for a public probate process or a court directed guardianship process in the case of incapacity. In the situation above, if estate planning had been completed while the sister was competent, the house, bank accounts, and investments could have been placed into a revocable trust and the other sister could have been designated the successor trustee allowing all financial situations to continue as planned; preventing the need for both the guardianship, during the sister’s incapacity, and the probate court case that was required once the sister passed away. 

IS ESTATE PLANNING IN MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA ONLY FOR RICH PEOPLE?

No, estate planning is for everyone with assets and loved ones that they want to protect. Basic estate planning includes health care documents, a limited or general power of attorney, a pour over will and a revocable trust. These documents if done properly can protect you and your loved ones from the hassles of both probate court and guardianship court involvement. Good estate planning saves you time, money, and keeps everything private. 

WHY SHOULD YOU USE ALLY GLASER, PA TO HANDLE YOUR WILLS AND TRUSTS, ESTATE PLANNING IN MIAMI BEACH, TRUST ADMINISTRATION, AND MIAMI-DADE AND BROWARD PROBATE MATTERS?

As a Miami Beach, Florida, Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Trust Administration, and Probate Attorney with over twenty years of experience and both a Psychology and Law degree, I handle these matters with care and sensitivity. I am familiar and comfortable with both the Miami-Dade and Broward County probate court system and know how to get things done. Call or email me today to discuss your Miami Beach Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Trust Administration, and Broward or Miami-Dade County Probate matters.  I am happy to help you and your loved ones.  

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WHY DO YOU NEED ESTATE PLANNING?

I received a call where an aging mother passed away, leaving her five adult children and live in boyfriend to fight amongst themselves. There are many problems in this specific case. The first is her will stated the boyfriend can live in the house for life, but the boyfriend does not have the money to continue to live in the house so the children are now covering the costs to maintain their future real estate. Second, the children are all fighting about how to proceed and handle these bills. Thirdly, the children had to pay for the funeral which could have been avoided with prepaid burial or cremation. All of these problems could have been prevented with proper estate planning.

WHAT CAN ESTATE PLANNING  DO FOR YOU AND YOUR LOVED ONES?

Estate planning is a choice. By doing estate planning in Miami Beach, Florida, you save your loved ones from having to make many difficult decisions that you could have made while alive and competent. You can also save money and time spent tied up in the Miami- Dade probate court process by doing a revocable trust now, preventing the need for both guardianship (if ever you become incapacitated) and probate court proceedings later to file either a will or paperwork related to intestacy, which means no will. Also, the specifics of your private wishes can be detailed in a trust created by an estate planning attorney and handled privately upon your death or incapacity. 

WHAT IF MOM HAD DONE  ESTATE PLANNING IN MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA?

If the mother in the scenario above had done estate planning with me and created a revocable trust, the house would have been owned by the trust and there would be a bank account owned by the trust whereby household bills and expenses are paid even after death. Furthermore, the boyfriend’s living arrangement would be very detailed and then go to the kids upon him either moving out, moving into a nursing home (he’s over 90), or passing away. Thus, a revocable trust keeps the assets maintained and structured to avoid confusion and fighting. A will is not enough in most cases; a revocable trust and a will help to better protect both the individual and the loved ones. A revocable trust is private and a will or no will must be handled in the Miami-Dade or Broward probate court system, which causes more delays in the transfer of property as everything in probate court must be approved by a Judge. 

IS ESTATE PLANNING JUST A WILL AND REVOCABLE TRUST?

No, estate planning also includes health care documents that can be used by your loved ones if you are not capable of making these decisions for yourself. These health care documents detail who is in charge of making these decisions and your wishes regarding your care in different scenarios. Aside from the two health care documents, a limited or general power of attorney is recommended for financial matters that may arise. 

WHY SHOULD YOU USE ALLY GLASER, PA TO HANDLE YOUR WILLS AND TRUSTS, ESTATE PLANNING IN MIAMI BEACH, TRUST ADMINISTRATION, AND MIAMI-DADE AND BROWARD PROBATE MATTERS?

As a Miami Beach, Florida, Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Trust Administration, and Probate Attorney with over twenty years of experience and both a Psychology and Law degree, I handle these matters with care and sensitivity. I am familiar and comfortable with both the Miami-Dade and Broward County probate court system and know how to get things done. My experience on both the probate and estate planning side enhances my knowledge and allows me to assist my clients more thoroughly. Call or email me today to discuss your Miami Beach Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Trust Administration, and Broward or Miami-Dade County Probate matters. 

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CAN I SELL MY DECEASED PARENT’S HOUSE?

CAN I SELL MY PARENTS HOUSE NOW THAT THEY ARE BOTH DECEASED?

The answer is it depends. If the house/apartment is in one parent’s name alone and they passed away or the house/apartment is in both of your parent’s names and they both passed away; then no, you cannot sell it and probate must be done.  An attorney must be hired and the probate process begins. I received a call this week from a daughter trying to sell her father’s house. I was referred to her by her real estate attorney, who knew that nothing could be done unless the probate court either approved the sale or declared the real estate homestead, thus, passing the property directly to the children. The problem in this case was the daughter wanted all of the money from the sale and she had a brother. Thus, either elect homestead status and avoid creditors and share the sale proceeds with your sibling; or petition the court to approve the sale of real estate and distribute the sales proceeds by her father’s will giving everything to his daughter and nothing to his son, but receive no homestead creditor benefit and thus, the sales proceeds are subject to creditors, if any.  

WHAT IS HOMESTEAD IN MIAMI-DADE AND BROWARD COUNTY?

To elect homestead or not to elect homestead is an easy choice for most people. Homestead is a special Florida bonus that benefits people who choose to live here and make Florida their state of residency. Individuals or couples can apply for homestead at the property appraisal’s office in the county in which they live or do so online. The application usually requires proof of address for voter’s registration, vehicle registration, and Florida driver’s license and all three are checked to make sure they match the home address in which the person applies for the homestead exemption. Once the application for homestead is accepted, the homeowner’s receive tax benefits and slower increases on future property taxes. In Miami-Dade County, the website is http://www.miamidade.gov/pa/exemptions.asp.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF HOMESTEAD AND HOW IS MIAMI-DADE PROBATE EFFECTED BY THE HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION?

Aside from the tax benefits during the homeowner’s life, if they are still living in that property and it constitutes their homestead, there are further benefits at the time of death. Exempt homestead real estate may pass to a spouse or lineal descendants outside of probate and is usually exempt from creditors. Of course, a probate attorney must be hired and assist in this process. Once hired, the probate attorney may petition the court to determine homestead. 

CAN I STILL KEEP HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION IN DADE OR BROWARD COUNTY IF I MOVE MY REAL ESTATE INTO A REVOCABLE TRUST? 

Yes, you can maintain the homestead exemption with a revocable trust. Estate planning and using a  revocable trust would have helped the daughter in the story above by allowing the house to pass directly to her at her father’s death, with no need for probate court involvement; saving her privacy, time, and money. Estate planning using revocable trusts are a great solution and if funded properly, avoid the need for both guardianship and probate court.

WHY SHOULD YOU USE ALLY GLASER, PA TO HANDLE YOUR WILLS AND TRUSTS, ESTATE PLANNING IN MIAMI BEACH, TRUST ADMINISTRATION, AND MIAMI-DADE AND BROWARD PROBATE MATTERS?

As a Miami Beach Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Trust Administration, and Probate Attorney with over twenty years of experience and both a Psychology and Law degree, I handle these matters with care and sensitivity. I am familiar and comfortable with both the Broward County and Miami-Dade probate court system and know how to get things done. Call or email me today to discuss your Miami Beach Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Trust Administration, and Broward or Miami-Dade County Probate matters.  I am happy to help you and your loved ones.