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Estate Planning Lawyers in Jacksonville, Florida Answer Estate Planning FAQs

Jacksonville estate planning lawyers answer many questions about estate planning in Florida. Through the answers provided in this section you can learn about basic estate planning, the differences between will based planning and trust based planning.  You will learn about disability planning and the importance of advance directives, including durable powers of attorney, designations of health care surrogates, HIPAA releases, living wills and other important documents for you to plan for your potential incapacity.

estate planning lawyers attorneys Jacksonville, FloridaSome of the questions that will be answered by our estate planning lawyers included information about charitable planning, including charitable remainder trusts, charitable lead trusts, and private foundations, among other forms of charitable planning.

Our estate planning lawyers will provide substantial information about various types of trusts including revocable living trusts, irrevocable trusts, grantor retained annuity trusts, irrevocable life insurance trusts (ILITs), intentionally defective grantor trusts, special needs trusts, and different trusts that are available for Medicaid and VA benefits planning.

There also is information provided by our estate planning lawyers about estate taxes and estate tax planning, including questions about the Federal gift tax, and some comparisons between the gift tax and the estate tax.  We examine through the information provided some of the issues involved in estate tax planning that allows the legal avoidance of estate taxes, gift taxes, and the generation skipping transfer tax.  Generational planning, through the use of dynasty trusts, is explored is some of the questions asked.

There also is information about wills and wills based planning that is provided in this section by our estate planning lawyers, as well as options other than trusts for obtaining probate avoidance.  The risks and pitfalls of those other options are also examined.

You’ll learn the differences between ownership as tenants by the entirety compared to tenants in common or joint tenants with right of survivorship; and the differences between payable on death designations, beneficiary designations, and transfer on death designations.  Through the information that our estate planning lawyers will provide you in this section, you’ll learn about the importance of seeking professional counsel in this legal area of myriad rules that are difficult for even most attorneys to follow and understand.

Take your time as you browse through the various videos and topics to learn about estate planning in all of its major components.  If at any time you have a question that you cannot find an answer within these materials, please call our estate planning attorneys at (904) 448-1969, or toll free at (866) 510-9099, or email us with your questions at Info@TheColemanLawFirm.com.

Thanks for visiting our site and we hope you find information that meets your needs.

 

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