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You spent what feels like most of your life raising children, but now they are grown and living independent lives. At this point, you likely feel a wealth of emotions. Part of you feels free to do the things you’ve put off for years, such as traveling. However, you might feel like you’ve lost your sense of purpose and have some anxiety about what life looks like now that the kids are off finding themselves.


After working for most if not all of your adult life, you’re finally retired. This is an exciting milestone, full of possibilities. It’s also the ideal time to visit a Palm Harbor estate planning lawyer. Your lawyer will make sure your affairs are in order so you can enjoy retirement to the fullest. Go over some of the ways your estate planning attorney can help you as you transition to this new stage of life.


Stepping into a caregiving role for a loved one is challenging. You have to deal with the emotional impact of watching the physical and cognitive decline. You’re also worried about the legalities surrounding caregiving. Fortunately, a Palm Harbor estate planning attorney can help you navigate the process. Find out how a lawyer can protect you and your loved one.

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A will does not go into effect until you pass away. Thus, you can change or revoke it at any time. You can also modify and cancel a revocable trust. However, if you create an irrevocable trust, it cannot be changed. Some people choose irrevocable trusts because they shield assets from creditors. Also, these trusts reduce the tax burden even further. Your estate planning lawyer in Palm Harbor will discuss the benefits and drawbacks to help you determine what type of trust is right for you.


Florida law protects spouses during the estate planning process. Even if your marriage is breaking down, you cannot disinherit your spouse. Your spouse will be entitled to his or her elective share. The only way to avoid this is with the proper legal documents. However, if you divorce your spouse, you can change your estate plan to avoid leaving any property to him or her. Talk to an estate planning lawyer about your options.

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