Blog Posts in July, 2017

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  • What Happens If Someone Dies Without a Will?

    Posted By Owenby Law, P.A. || 24-Jul-2017

    Not all people are prepared for their final moments. Accidents happen on a daily basis, to young and old alike. No matter how young or young-at-heart you are, it’s never too early to draft a will. If you die without one, your assets will be distributed according to Florida law, which may not be what you want. Under Florida law, those who pass away without wills die intestate. Florida’s ...
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  • How to Minimize Your Estate Taxes in Florida

    Posted By Owenby Law, P.A. || 17-Jul-2017

    Many seniors decide to pack up and move to Florida. Partly, this may be because of the great weather and location; however, the other half of this reasoning has to do with estate planning. Typically, those in retirement decide they also need to start preparing for end-of-life care and their estates following their deaths. Florida is one of the few states that doesn’t impose a state estate ...
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  • My Ex Won't Honor the Terms of Our Divorce. Now What?

    Posted By Owenby Law, P.A. || 14-Jul-2017

    Not every divorced couple can get along amicably. In fact, the bitterer a couple is in the divorce, the less likely they are to comply with a court decision that isn’t necessarily in their favor. In other circumstances, even with amicably divorced people, one spouse could neglect the terms of the divorce based on irresponsibility or a change in condition. Whatever the circumstances of your ...
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  • Should You Pay Your Traffic Ticket or Fight It?

    Posted By Owenby Law, P.A. || 5-Jul-2017

    Florida hands out a surprising number of traffic tickets every year. In 2004, the DMV assembled data about the total number, and it amounted to more than 4 million tickets. These citations can also be granted for any kind of traffic violation, from speeding to car pool lane violations to failure to stop. However, sometimes these tickets are issued in error. For example, if someone steals your car ...
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