WHEN DO I NEED TO UPDATE MY ESTATE PLANNING DOCUMENTS?
If you move from another country or state to Miami Beach, FL, you need to update your estate planning documents. If you have a change in circumstances, you need to update your documents. If you have a change of heart, you need to update your documents. Basically, your intentions and your documents need to line up and be consistent with each other.
WHAT ARE SOME EXAMPLES OF RECENT ESTATE PLANNING UPDATES IN MIAMI BEACH, FL?
One client was having a minor surgical procedure and wanted to add a friend to her health care documents. Another client wanted to remove his adult children from his planning as they are financially independent and use all his resources for his minor children. A third client wanted to change the beneficiaries as their parents had grown old and they did not want them to inherit only to then pass it on to others soon after.
HOW DOES COVID AFFECT ESTATE PLANNING IN MIAMI BEACH, FL?
Covid-19 has affected us all greatly. One of my clients had five friends pass away from Covid-19. Another client lost many family members. This is a time of great sadness and realizing what is really important in life- our health is a priority and without that, not much else matters. Hopefully, we stay safe and keep healthy and this to shall pass.
WHY SHOULD YOU USE ALLY M. GLASER, PA TO HANDLE YOUR WILLS AND TRUSTS, ESTATE PLANNING IN MIAMI BEACH AND MIAMI-DADE AND BROWARD PROBATE MATTERS?
As a Miami Beach Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts 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 and Broward or Miami-Dade County Probate matters. I am happy to help you and your loved ones.