This month we will be talking about a niche area of law we added to Coastline Legal, animal law. Specifically, we provide Pet Trusts where we can help our clients set up a plan for the future of their beloved animals. To hear more, listen this Saturday 8am on WNZF 94.9FM. Send in any questions to #FHSPAWSLAWS or email Courtney directly at Courtney@coastline.legal
Do YOU need estate planning? Who will make your decisions upon incapacity or death? Are your financial accounts and real estate in both you and your spouses names? Do you want to distribute money to your kids but only upon reaching certain ages, 25, 30, 35? EVERY age is the right age to make sure your estate plan is in order! Let US help you make this easier! Call or email us for more information! firstname.lastname@example.org
The general rule in Florida is: a will is valid in Florida if it is valid in the state in which it was executed. There are always exceptions to rules, so you should always have the will (or other estate planning documents) reviewed by a Florida attorney. An example of an exception to the general rule includes holographic wills, they are never accepted in Florida. A holographic will is basically a handwritten will. Oral wills are also not accepted in Florida either. There is a
Tune into Speaking of Animals every last Saturday of the month for Paws Laws, the legal news segment. This months show is about Pet Leasing: what it is, legislation, and alternatives to a pet lease. The end also discusses Flagler Humane Society upcoming events!