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Monthly Archives: June 2024


Florida’s ‘Dutiful Child’ Inheritance Exception

By Suncoast Civil Law |

A change to a last will and testament is not unheard of, and, on its own, is not a reason for concern. However, sometimes a change to a will raises questions after the testator passes away. This might happen if a person is unexpectedly cut out of the will, or if another person is… Read More »


Are Florida Revocable Living Trusts Actually Private?

By Suncoast Civil Law |

Many individuals who begin looking into building their own estate plan are drawn to the idea of a revocable trust. Many like the idea of maintaining the level of control afforded by a revocable trust, and they have often heard of the lauded “privacy” allowed to those items in a revocable trust, as opposed… Read More »


Can an Oral Will or Trust be Enforced in Florida?

By Suncoast Civil Law |

Every state has developed their laws regarding wills and estates independently of one another – that means that each state will have different rules. This is why it is so imperative to check and make sure that the estate plan and documents you have in place are going to work within the state that… Read More »