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How To Establish Undue Influence | Gainesville Elder Law Attorney

What Is Undue Influence? How can I prove that my loved one was unfairly influenced into making decisions about their estate? If you feel your loved one was influenced by someone else on their estate planning decisions, there are options. An experienced Gainesville elder law attorney can help you make a plan, and speak to you and your family about ways to contest a will and establish undue influence. An Experienced Elder Law Attorney Can Help If you have any questions regarding elder law, whether it be about guardianship,...

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Contesting a Will and Undue Influence | Gainesville Elder Law Attorney

Can I Contest A Will? I feel my loved one was unfairly influenced into making decisions about their estate – what can I do? If you feel your loved one was influenced by someone else on their estate planning decisions, there are options. An experienced Gainesville elder law attorney can help you make a plan, and speak to you and your family about ways to contest a will and establish undue influence. An Experienced Elder Law Attorney Can Help If you have any questions regarding elder law, whether it be about guardianship,...

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Waiving a Notice of Creditors | Gainesville Elder Law Attorney

Can A Notice of Creditors Be Waived? If you are the executor of your loved one’s estate, you might find that you need to settle unfinished business with creditors. If you have received a notice from a creditor, what are your options? Can you reach a resolution, without losing what should rightfully belong to your loved one’s family? An experienced Gainesville elder law attorney can help you discover your options, plan for your future, and ensure that your loved one’s wishes are respected. An Experienced Elder...

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What Happens If You Die Without An Estate Plan And Have Minor Children?

Do Minor Children Have a Claim in an Estate? If you have minor children, you should take extra steps to ensure that your wishes will be honored, should the worst happen. A Gainesville elder law attorney can help you create a plan, and give you peace of mind. An Experienced Elder Law Attorney Can Help If you have any questions regarding elder law, whether it be about guardianship, estate planning, or anything else; our attorneys at the Miller Elder Law Firm are here to help. Call our knowledgeable, dedicated attorneys...

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What Duty Does A Personal Representative Have To Creditors In An Estate?

As A Personal Representative, What Are My Duties? If you are the personal representative in someone’s estate, what are your duties? What can you do, to ensure that your loved one’s wishes are honored? Gainesville elder law attorney Shannon Miller explains what being a personal representative entails. An Experienced Elder Law Attorney Can Help If you have any questions regarding elder law, whether it be about creditors, estate planning, or anything else; our attorneys at the Miller Elder Law Firm are here to help....

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