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Know your options when it comes to complex family law issues

There are thousands of people in Florida who find themselves in family law court for the first time and don't know what their options are. From divorce to child custody and support to alimony issues, there are many family law cases that can become complex in a hurry. Knowing your options can help when it comes to navigating family law courts in Florida.

What do Florida residents need to know about the probate process?

Many Florida residents begin the estate planning process with a variety of goals in mind, but with one in particular of importance: avoid probate as much as possible. However, depending on how an estate plan is drafted, it may be inevitable that heirs and beneficiaries will need to be involved with the probate process in some respect. So, what do our readers need to know about the probate process?

Even young people can benefit from having an estate plan

There are many Florida residents who may think that estate planning is a task for "old" people to take care of. However, this couldn't be further from the truth. In reality, everyone - young, old, married, single, rich, poor - could benefit from having an estate plan in place. Young couples, in particular, could benefit from having an estate plan.

Do you have the grounds to challenge a will?

In general, it is very difficult to challenge a decedent's last will and testament. In realty, almost 99 percent of all wills complete the probate process without anyone bringing a challenge or any other issues. Typically, most probate courts consider a will to be the final voice of the decedent and, thus, make it a point to see that these last wishes are carried out. However, anyone who has a possibility of benefiting from a decedent's will can bring a challenge before the court.

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