Is a Video Will Effective in Florida?
October 22, 2020
Under Florida law, a person cannot use a video as the instructional means by which property is to be transferred after death. Thus if a family member or other person seeks to introduce a video in probate court as a “will”, the court will almost certainly invalidate (or not recognize) the video as a will, since a will must be in writing. Learn more….
Advanced Directives – What are they?
September 15, 2020
Advanced directives are legal documents that allow you to proactively make certain choices about your medical decision making and end-of-life care prior to a crisis. Advanced directives allow you to tell your loved ones and health care professional in writing…
What Do You Have, and Where Do You Have It?
July 10, 2020
Hi, my name is Stacy Schwartz and I’m an attorney with the Flammia Elder Law Firm, and today we’re going to talk about what do you have and where do you have it. But before we go into that,…
Should I Use a Florida Pay-On-Death Account?
May 12, 2020
Solid estate plans make efficiency a chief objective. Cost-efficient planning maximizes the assets available for beneficiaries by reducing administrative and filing fees that might otherwise decrease the value of an estate. Additionally, well-planned transfers allow for a family and loved…