Boyes, Farina & Matwiczyk


Monthly Archives: September 2013

Mother Withdraws Petition For Conservatorship Over Amanda Bynes

…There are many people who suffer from psychiatric problems, however when celebrities are inflicted many times it can be significantly worst. This is due to the public scrutiny which famous people in Florida and other states are subject to. This seems to be the case with actress Amanda Bynes who is currently under a temporary conservatorship under her mother as a result of her increasingly erratic behavior.

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Even Young College Students Need Estate Planning In Florida

…Usually when an adult child leaves for college, the young adult’s parents are proud and do not want to do anything to spoil his or her moment. Parents in Florida and other states have usually made preparations in order to be ready to assist their college-aged children in case they need help with something.

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Waltons Use Estate Tax Planning To Keep Fortunes In The Family

…There are many reasons why the wealthiest families on the planet are wealthy. Although not every family has an extreme amount of wealth, sometimes families with more modest, yet considerable wealth, can learn something about maintaining their wealth for future generations by looking at what the world’s wealthiest families have done in terms of estate planning in Florida or in any other state.

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Estate Planning Will Help With Estate Administration In Florida

…Although the thought of one’s own death is not a comforting thought, there are many reasons why one should start to prepare for this inevitable event. Creating an effective estate plan will help make the estate administration process easier and more efficient by avoiding the need to go through probate court in Florida or in any other state.

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Will Planning In Florida Is Important, Even With A Trust In Place

…A trust is used to keep assets out of probate once a person dies. This legal document places one’s assets in the control of a specific individual or entity usually chosen by the decedent. Many people in Florida and other states believe that since a trust is supposed to avoid probate, they therefore do not need wills.

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