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Helping intended beneficiaries plan for inheritance

The idea of collecting an inheritance can seem, well, exciting. However, if certain protections aren't taken and strategies put in place, gaining an inheritance can cause other financial problems. Florida residents who are choosing beneficiaries as they write-up their estate plans may want to discuss inheritance with intended beneficiaries to ensure that necessary precautions are included in the final estate.

Data-driven lives may benefit from estate planning protections

People of all ages are acquiring digital assets at an increased rate. As lives become more data-driven, protections for these assets are becoming more important. Florida residents with any amount of digital assets may want to consider adding this valuable property in their estate planning efforts.

Future planning for Florida newlyweds could include wills

Florida newlyweds embrace the future ahead of them; with so many things to experience and accomplish together, there is a lot for which to plan. Day-to-day living quickly turns into years of family and financial growth, and planning for what would happen to children and financial accounts in the event of death -- though hard to discuss early in a marriage -- can reduce stress and agony in the long run. Wills are just one of many legal documents that can lay out final wishes regarding several different topics of an individual's life, all in one place, and it may be a good thing for newly married couples to discuss.

Estate planning: how often are updates needed?

For the average American, estate planning is not necessarily a top priority. After saving for college funds, retirement and day-to-day expenses, estate planning may not seem to be a pressing need until later in life. However, for Florida residents who are wealthy or "super wealthy," not only is it necessary to make estate planning a priority, it is necessary to keep these plans updated. In fact, anyone who has an estate plan should keep it updated, no matter his or her income level.

Creditor claims on inheritance may concern Florida beneficiaries

Many Florida residents may wonder what happens to debts after someone dies. Are surviving children responsible for that debt, and can creditor claims be made on any inheritance that is passed on? Unfortunately, there is more than one answer to these questions.

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