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WHY MOVE YOUR RESIDENCY TO FLORIDA?

By Ally M. Glaser P.A. | December 29, 2015 | 0 Comments

Probate, Revocable Trusts, And Estate Planning In Miami Beach As a Miami Beach Probate, Trust, and Estate Planning Attorney, I wanted to share a few examples of where clients have found me helpful regarding moving to Florida and claiming Florida as your state of domicile or residency. Why Move Your Residency To Florida? Florida Residents […]

PROBATE, REVOCABLE TRUST, AND ESTATE PLANNING IN MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA

By Ally M. Glaser P.A. | October 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

Probate And Estate Planning In Miami Beach As a Miami Beach Probate, Trust, and Estate Planning attorney, I wanted to share a few examples of where clients have found me helpful. Example #1- Estate Planning/ Incapacity There are many misunderstandings about estate planning and incapacity in Miami, Florida. Most people think if you have loved […]

CAN I AVOID PROBATE WITH PROPER ESTATE PLANNING?

By Ally M. Glaser P.A. | September 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

Probate And Estate Planning In Miami Beach This is the time of year when I reflect upon what is working and not working in both my personal and professional life. As a Miami Beach Probate and Estate Planning attorney, I notice a few areas where there is room for clarity and learning. Is Estate Planning […]

ESTATE PLANNING VS. PROBATE

By Ally M. Glaser P.A. | May 11, 2015 | Comments Off on ESTATE PLANNING VS. PROBATE

What are the fees for estate planning? Are green card residents treated the same as citizens for death tax purposes? How is this different than the tax treatment of foreigners? Do I avoid probate with an unfunded trust? Estate planning is the process where an Estate Planning attorney assists an individual or couple in protecting […]

WHAT IS PROBATE? AND WHAT IS TRUST ADMINISTRATION?

By Ally M. Glaser P.A. | April 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

Someone close to me has died, do I need a probate attorney? What is probate? What is trust administration? Probate is the court process required when someone dies with assets in their own name and there is no paid on death beneficiary. For example, on a bank account or life insurance if there is a […]