Video FAQs

Wills and Trusts Law

Can I leave my property to anyone I choose? 

Can I make provision in my will for my pets?

Can I specify that certain people, like a brother or sister, should never receive any of my property?

Can I use my will to name a guardian to care for my young children and manage their property?

Can my power of attorney make or change my will?

Do I need to name a trustee in my will?

Does an executor (personal representative) get paid?

Does the person named in the will as executor (personal representative) have to serve?

How can I leave specific items to particular people?

How does a revocable living trust avoid probate? 

How is undue influence determined?

How long is a will valid?

How often should my will be reviewed?

I made a will, but lived in another state. Now I live in Florida. What should I do?

If I become incapacitated, will I need a durable power of attorney if I already have a living trust?

If I die owing debts, who pays my debts?

If I make a living trust, do I still need a will?

Must I leave something to my spouse and children?

What are the signs of undue influence?

What benefits does a trust offer?

What does if mean to fund a trust?

What does testate and intestate mean?

What happens if I die without a will?

What if become disabled and am no longer able to manage my affairs?

What is a bypass trust?

What is codicil?

What is a durable power of attorney?

What is a pour-over will?

What is a QTIP trust?

What is a testamentary trust?

What is a testator and a testatrix?

What is an A-B trust?

What is an irrevocable trust?

What is incapacity or a lack of capacity?

What is the difference between a will and a trust?

What property does my will control?

Why should I make a living trust?

Will I still have control over my property if I have a living trust?