Florida’s Escheat Process and The Treasure Hunt

Florida's Escheat Process and The Treasure Hunt | Lindsay Allen Law - Naples Attorneys at Law

Occasionally, we receive questions from clients about Florida’s escheat process. The primary concern clients have is that the State of Florida – rather than the clients’ children and other heirs – will receive the clients’ estate when the clients die. Happily, this is generally not the case. What is the Escheat Process? Simply put, the […]

Tags: , , , , ,

Read more

What You Need to Know About Irrevocable Trust Planning

Irrevocable Trust Planning

As perhaps a universal rule, clients desire to retain the flexibility to change their estate plans. Changes may become desirable as family members are born or die, as estates increase or decrease, as desires and objectives change, and as other life events occur. Irrevocable trust planning refers to a subset of estate plans in which […]

Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Read more

How Does Divorce Impact Estate Planning?

Divorce Impacts Estate Planning

Divorce is an unfortunate reality. According to the American Psychological Association, about 40% to 50% of married couples in the United States divorce, and the divorce rate for subsequent marriages is even higher. With this in mind, divorce is often an import part of estate planning. Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements The first question in considering […]

Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Read more