Can a Will be Changed or Revoked?

Can a Will be Changed or Revoked?

Yes, you can change or revoke your will at any time. There’s typically only two things you’re ever going to change. The first thing is the person you name inside your will to handle things for you, we call that person a personal representative here in...
Can I Make a Provision in my Will for my Pets?

Can I Make a Provision in my Will for my Pets?

You can most definitely make a provision for your pets in your will. In fact, I suggest I think it’s a good idea. First of all, where is your pet going to go? Who’s now going to have ownership of your pet? Secondly, who’s going to take care of the...
Can My Power of Attorney Amend my Trust?

Can My Power of Attorney Amend my Trust?

Yes, your Power of Attorney can amend the trust. However, there are certain requirements that have to be met. Inside the Power of Attorney, that power where you authorize them to be able to amend your trust has to be specifically initialed, and inside the trust...
Does a Will Control All of my Property?

Does a Will Control All of my Property?

A will here in Florida does not control all of your property. If you have life insurance policies, IRAs or annuities, they probably have beneficiary designations on them. They will not be part of your will. If you have a bank account that’s held ITF, In Trust...
Do I Still Need Medicare If I Am on Medicaid?

Do I Still Need Medicare If I Am on Medicaid?

Yes. In fact, when a person’s on Medicaid, Medicare will always remain the primary payer source, and then if Medicare doesn’t pay for something, if you have a Medicare supplement policy, that will pay. But yes, you most definitely need to still have...