And if they haven’t yet made a will, living will, and other end-of-life decisions, Thanksgiving is the perfect time to discuss this As your family gathers around the holiday table this Thanksgiving, give your parents a big thank-you if they have taken care of their late-in-life affairs. No matter your parents’ health or their age, […]
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Everyone knows that to buy or sell a home in South Florida, you have to sign a contract. But what most people don’t realize is that each contract is unique. You shouldn’t rush to sign your contract before you’re clear what you are agreeing to.
Whether you’re left a lot of money from an inheritance or a smaller amount, receiving cash unexpectedly can leave people dizzy with possibilities. Can you finally take that European vacation you’ve always dreamed of? Buy a hot convertible? Quit your job?
Loans from the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) can be a great way for first-time buyers to purchase a home, since they require a much smaller down-payment than typical home lenders do. But buying a condominium (rather than a single-family home) with an FHA loan has been nearly impossible, because only a tiny fraction of condo […]
Pretty much every week I meet with a couple who have been married previously, who want to be sure their will is up to date. Ensuring that a will and other important documents that you drafted years ago are current is a valuable exercise, one I recommend couples do regularly. (More on this below.) But married […]
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