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Mitos y Verdades Sobre Tu Testamento

Mitos y verdades sobre tu testamento. No es verdad que el gobierno se queda con tus bienes si no dejas un testamento pero es preferible que dejes uno. Si una persona muere sin dejar testamento, se necesite intervención de una corte. Por que es importante dejar un testamento: “Principalmente por la certidumbre”, explica el abogado Jonathan David. “Las cosas se retardan si la persona no ha dejado un testamento a alguien de confianza que indique qué hacer en caso de muerte”, añade el experto. Además resulta crucial para determinar quién se queda con la custodia de los hijos, si se da...

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Jonathan David featured as a keynote speaker

Jonathan David featured as a keynote speaker at Riviera Health Resort’s first lecture series, 'Parenting Your Parents.' On November 1, 2012, Jonathan David was featured as a keynote speaker for Riviera Health Resort’s “Parenting Your Parents”, the first of many presentations of the Riviera Cares Lecture Series. Jonathan primarily spoke on the importance of timely and effective estate planning, provided guests with the basic information about how Guardianship cases work and the courts’ involvement, discussed the differences between Guardianship cases and Powers of Attorney, trust administration, and took questions from guests in attendance. Other lecturers included Dr. Ismael Roque-Velasco and Anne...

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What is “probate”?

What is Probate? Probate is a court-supervised process for identifying and gathering assets of a deceased person (often known as the “decedent”) in order to wind up the affairs of the decedent, such as paying the decedent’s debts and distributing the decedent’s asset to his or her beneficiaries. What is involved in the probate process? Rules governing probate The Florida Probate Code is found in Chapters 731 through 735 of the Florida Statutes and the rules governing Florida probate proceedings are found in the Florida Probate rules, Part I and Part II (Rules 5.010-5.530). Types of administration The two most common types of probate administration under...

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