North Port Estate Planning Blog

Is it okay to be 50 without an estate plan?

Now that you’re getting older, you’ve started looking at all you’ve amassed in your lifetime and realized that you’ve done well for yourself. Now in your 50s, your children are moving out and starting lives of their own. You have more freedom, money and assets. One...

What does an executor of the estate do?

In a last will and testament, the document typically assigns someone to serve as the executor of the estate. The named executor doesn't need to be intimately familiar with Florida law to perform the duties since an attorney could provide insight and counsel. However,...

Understanding the estate planning process

One of the issues with estate planning in Florida involves a lack of information as to why people need to create one even if they don't have a vast family fortune. It can be easy to say that since you don't have a lot, your family will know what to do with your assets...

What should be in your commercial lease?

When you own a business, one of the most important aspects is deciding where you want to open up shop. Commercial space can be difficult to find and expensive to lease in Florida, so it's tempting to jump on it as soon as possible when you find what you are looking...