New to Florida?

You’ve chosen a wonderful state in which to live. We certainly love it; however, any time you change your residence to a new state, there are changes that need to be made. Wills and other estate planning documents are state specific. They are controlled by the state in which you have your primary residence. If […]

What Happens to Out of State Property When Someone Dies?

For most property, the state in which you reside has jurisdiction over that property, and it will be administered according to the laws of that state. However, real property falls under the laws of the state in which it is located. This means that real property must be administered in the state in which it […]