Grady H. Williams, Jr., LL.M
Alison E. Hickman, J.D.
Zachary M. Altenbach, J.D.
What we do
Wills & Probate
Long-Term Care Planning
You have asked
Video Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
What are will contests and how do I avoid them?
What do I need to do in order to start an asset protection plan for Medicaid planning purposes?
What do I need to do to locate creditors to an estate?
What does a personal representative do?
What does a proper estate plan include?
What does Medicaid consider an available asset when determining Medicaid eligibility?
What does testate and intestate mean?
What happens if I become unable to care for myself?
What happens if one dies without a will?
What happens if someone tries to ignore probate?
What happens if the personal representative fails to perform his or her duty?
What happens if you do not have a will or trust?
What if I already have a will and now I want to make changes?
What if I have more children after writing my will?
What if I no longer own the assets that I have willed?
What if someone dies and I have the will in my possession?
What if someone objects to the will?
What if there is no will?
What is a codicil?
What is a fiduciary?
What is a formal probate?
What is a health care surrogate?
What is a personal representative?
What is a pour-over will?
What is a power of attorney?
What is a trustee?
What is a will and who needs a will?
What is an executor (personal representative) or executrix?
What is ancillary probate?
What is estate planning?
What is incapacity or a lack of capacity?
What is included in my estate?
What is intestate?
What is probate?
What is the attorney’s role in the estate planning process?
What is the attorney’s role in the probate process in Florida?
What is the difference between a general and a limited power of attorney?
What is the difference between a guardian of the person and a guardian of the property?
What is the difference between a will and a trust?
What is the effect on my estate planning documents if I move?
What is the main reason for having a general power of attorney?
What is the notice to creditors?
What is the penalty period with Medicaid?
What is undue influence?
What should I do if I revoke the durable power of attorney?
What should I do to prepare for seeing a probate attorney?
What should I do with my will now that I have one?
What types of property need to go through probate?
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