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IS ESTATE PLANNING HELPFUL BEFORE A SURGERY?

By Ally M. Glaser P.A. | September 17, 2019 | Comments Off on 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 […]

PREVENTING A GUARDIANSHIP WITH ESTATE PLANNING

By Ally M. Glaser P.A. | August 7, 2019 | Comments Off on 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. […]

WHY DO YOU NEED ESTATE PLANNING?

By Ally M. Glaser P.A. | July 9, 2019 | Comments Off on 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 […]

CAN I SELL MY DECEASED PARENT’S HOUSE?

By Ally M. Glaser P.A. | June 14, 2019 | Comments Off on 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 […]

FAMILY FEUDS AND POWERS OF ATTORNEY

By Ally M. Glaser P.A. | May 7, 2019 | Comments Off on FAMILY FEUDS AND POWERS OF ATTORNEY

WHY ARE THERE SO MANY FAMILY FEUDS WITH POWERS OF ATTORNEY? A Durable Power of Attorney is a legal document used to transfer assets when the owner of real estate, bank accounts, investments, and other assets, is alive yet incapacitated. A Durable Power of Attorney ends at the death of the owner and cannot be […]