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What does Florida law say about how wills are executed?

In Florida, having a basic estate plan is an important step to ensuring a smooth transition for the family left behind. A will is one of the most common documents. Wills need not be complex, but there are inherent legal requirements to make the document valid. This can avoid problems for the family and keep any dispute or disagreement to a minimum. Often, many people who are making a will - testators - will not be fully aware of these key points in having a legal will. When preparing the document, making certain it is legal and covers all the bases in terms of legality is just as important as asset protection and determining which heirs will receive what properties.

Divorce, bridge-the-gap and rehabilitative alimony

In a Florida divorce, whether it is a high conflict divorce, a high asset divorce or has other circumstances surrounding it, the topic of alimony - also referred to as spousal support - will come to the forefront. Both parties will have reasonable positions on how much should be paid, how long payments should last, and if there should be conditions linked to the payments. While there are many factors in the discussion, two subsets of alimony are bridge-the-gap and rehabilitative. Understanding how these are determined is key to a case for the prospective paying party and the receiving party.

What rights do you have during corrupt HOA dealings?

Properly zoned, planned and organized neighborhoods benefit residents greatly. There is much to be said about uniform enforcement of appearance standards and maintenance requirements. They can help contribute to overall property values. They can also make it simple for people to know the standards for any given community.

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