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Monthly Archives: January 2024


Digital Assets in Florida Probate

By Suncoast Civil Law |

It is hard to believe how vastly today’s digital world has advanced in the past twenty-five years alone. Through human history, the passing on of estates included physical items such as forms of transportation and plots of land. While that is still certainly the case, in today’s day and age those who are creating… Read More »


Undue Influence in Florida Estate Planning

By Suncoast Civil Law |

Many individuals carefully plan and construct a thorough estate plan that dictates how their assets and estate will be handled and distributed after their death. Unfortunately, these same individuals can become vulnerable to bad-actors who take advantage of an ill or aged person in order to manipulate a benefit to themselves into the last… Read More »


Homestead Protection in Florida

By Suncoast Civil Law |

Most people find the ins and outs of probate to be complicated. While this can certainly be the case, a lot of the stress and anxiety can be alleviated through testators learning what tools are available to them in creating their estate plan. One of the primary causes of stress for many family members… Read More »


Marital Contracts Can Affect Your Estate Long-Term: What You Need to Know Before You Sign

By Suncoast Civil Law |

Most people under most circumstances are perfectly free and able to make and execute an estate plan that perfectly reflects their wishes. However, when one is drafting their last will and testament, they need to keep in mind that the terms of a last will and testament do not act to supersede outside contractual… Read More »


Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure in Florida

By Suncoast Civil Law |

The U.S. is facing a tough economy. Florida, in particular, has seen a rise in housing woes and angst on a number of fronts. If you are facing the possibility of foreclosure, know that there are options available to you. One such option is a “deed in lieu of foreclosure.” A deed in lieu… Read More »