1. Miami probate lawyer Phillip B. Rarick provides an overview of Florida probate and the two most common types of probate administration: summary administration and formal administration. The loss of a loved one is a difficult time, and Florida probate is a bureaucratic, time-consuming, and expensive process. At the law firm of Rarick & Beskin, our Miami probate attorneys help guide families through these times. We will be happy to assist you prioritize tasks, organize the estate, and keep you in compliance with complex Florida probate laws. For more information, visit the Rarick & Beskin law firm website: http://www.rblawfl.com.

    Rarick & Beskin, P.A.
    6500 Cowpen Road
    Miami Lakes, FL 33014

    Phone: (305) 556-5209
    Email: prarick@raricklaw.com
    Twitter: @rbgvlaw
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    Hi. My name is Phil Rarick. I am a Miami probate attorney with Rarick & Beskin.

    Probate is the legal process for transferring assets owned by the decedent according to the decedent’s will or Florida intestate law to his or her beneficiaries after all legitimate creditors of the estate have been paid.

    Be warned: Florida probate is a bureaucratic, time consuming and expensive process. You can best navigate this process by using an experienced probate attorney that concentrates in this field of law. An attorney not experienced in Florida probate is likely to cost more and take more time.

    The two most common types of probate administration are Summary Administration and Formal Administration.

    Summary Administration is the Fast Track process.
    However it can only be used for estates valued at $75,000 or less, or if the decedent has been deceased for over two years.

    Formal Administration is typically required for all estates where summary administration is not available. A formal administration can easily take 9 months or more.

    If you are named the personal representative or executor in a will, we have prepared a helpful guide called the Florida Probate Quick Reference Guide. It can be obtained by calling me at (305) 556-5209.

    Loss of a loved one is a difficult time for family and friends. We have helped guide many families through these times. We can help you prioritize your tasks, organize the estate, and keep you in compliance with our complex Florida probate laws. We will discuss attorney fees and how you can help minimize such fees.

    As a Miami probate attorney, I would be happy to assist you.

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  2. Miami trust lawyer Phillip B. Rarick discusses three reasons a revocable living trust is essential for your family: a living trust provides instructions, control, and a safe haven for your family. Every person should have a living trust, yet most people delay writing these instructions. A Miami living trust lawyer at the law firm of Rarick & Beskin will be happy to assist you in addressing these important family issues so that you can ensure your loved ones are protected. For more information, visit the Rarick & Beskin law firm website: http://www.rblawfl.com.

    Rarick & Beskin, P.A.
    6500 Cowpen Road
    Miami Lakes, FL 33014

    Phone: (305) 556-5209
    Email: prarick@raricklaw.com
    Twitter: @rbgvlaw
    Check us out on Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/103582286965209576095/about
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rarick-Beskin-PA/158089597555754

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    Hi. My name is Phil Rarick. I am a Miami Trust attorney with Rarick & Beskin.
    Every person should have a living trust - regardless of whether you have $10,000, $100,000, $1 million or more for three reasons.

    1. Instructions. Every family should have detailed instructions to take care of their loved ones if they cannot. A living trust is simply such instructions that are legally binding. For example, it makes no sense to have expensive life insurance for your family if you do not have explicit instructions to make sure every dime is used to benefit your loved ones.

    2. Control. Most likely, you want to keep legal control in your family and not have a court intervene in your personal and family affairs. A properly drafted and funded trust keeps a court from sticking their nose into you personal family affairs and your financial affairs. The trust can therefore help avoid guardianship and avoid probate. For these reasons, a living trust is usually far better than a will to provide for your family.

    3. Safe Haven. A properly drafted trust can help make sure that your children, if they are minors, get a first rate college education, that their lifestyle is protected in the manner they are accustomed, and that every nickel of your hard earned money goes to your children – not to your child’s spouse and not to your child’s creditors.

    Many persons delay and wait much too long to write their personal instructions for their loved ones. I would be happy to arrange a time to sit down and discuss these important family issues with you.

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  3. Miami asset protection attorney Phillip B. Rarick discusses three powerful strategies to protect your family assets: a family limited partnership (FLP), a Nevada hybrid domestic asset protection trust, and a Nevis Island LLC or Nevis trust. A Miami Lakes asset protection lawyer at the law firm of Rarick & Beskin can assist Florida residents in protecting their family assets. For more information, visit the Rarick & Beskin law firm website: http://www.rblawfl.com.

    Rarick & Beskin, P.A.
    6500 Cowpen Road
    Miami Lakes, FL 33014

    Phone: (305) 556-5209
    Email: prarick@raricklaw.com
    Twitter: @rbgvlaw
    Check us out on Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/103582286965209576095/about
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rarick-Beskin-PA/158089597555754

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    Florida Asset Protection: Three Powerful Strategies

    Hi. My name is Phil Rarick. I am a Miami Asset Protection attorney with Rarick & Beskin.

    Today I want to discuss three especially powerful asset protection strategies for Florida residents. However, remember, a good asset protection plan will often employ a combination of tested asset protection structures.

    Strategy #1: Family Limited Partnership

    The short name is a Family Limited Partnership, but the technical name is a mouthful – family limited liability limited partnership. Let’s just call it a FLP. The FLP is often used as an umbrella or holding company over family entities, such as multiple LLC’s, adding a second layer of protection that is extremely difficult to penetrate by any would-be creditor.

    Strategy #2: Nevada Hybrid Domestic Asset Protection Trust

    Nevada has the strongest asset protection laws in the country. A Domestic Nevada Asset Protection Trust is an exceptionally strong structure for protecting family assets. This same type of trust, employing a hybrid strategy, can provide a structure that many consider the strongest in the United States.

    Strategy #3: Nevis Island LLC or Nevis Trust

    An increasingly popular off-shore jurisdiction is Nevis Island, since it has enacted strong trust and LLC laws. To attack an interest in a Nevis Island LLC, a creditor has to go to a Nevis court to get a charging lien. It is unclear whether a Nevis Court would even recognize a U.S. judgment.

    We have examined 3 asset protection strategies. One or more may be the best option to protect your hard earned wealth. As a Miami asset protection attorney, I would be happy to assist you.

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Rarick & Beskin, P.A.

Phillip Rarick

Any Questions? Email me, Phil Rarick: prarick@raricklaw.com
I'll be happy to help you and your family.

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