Estate Planning Considerations For Your Digital Assets

This is the part of estate planning that you haven’t planned for. When you think of your assets, you think mostly of physical possessions, real property, and money. But have you considered your digital assets? Some examples of these kinds of assets are as follows: Any rewards or earnings you have accumulated online (i.e., air miles) Cryptocurrency  Online banking accounts (i.e., PayPal) Gaming avatars of Read More

3 Things Your Will Cannot Do

When you talk about estate planning, wills and trusts get brought up. Others might insist you get a will written because of certain reasons. And there are many reasons why you should get a will.  A will allows you to decide who will get your property (and who will not). You can also determine the amount of money your surviving spouse will receive. With an attorney’s help, you could save on death taxes by leaving your Read More

A General Guide to a Blind Trust

Before we discuss what a blind trust is and how to establish one, it is important to note that each state may differ in how they define what one is. Furthermore, that definition may change. After you gain an understanding of what a blind trust is and choose to establish one, you should contact an attorney to ensure that it is properly applied to your specific situation and location. What is a Blind Trust? A blind Read More

Joint vs. Separate Wills: Which Is Right for You?

Most married couples make joint financial decisions, so on the surface, it makes sense that they share a will. But is it actually a good idea? Or should each spouse have their own will? In this blog, the estate planning team at ElDeiry & ElDeiry, PA reviews the pros and cons of joint vs. separate wills. Joint Wills A joint will is a legal document stating that if one spouse dies, the other one receives the entire Read More

What You Need in Your Estate Plan in 2021

If there’s one thing we learned in 2021, it’s that catastrophe can strike at any time. In March, the pandemic caused worldwide devastation and it may take months (if not years) for everything to return to normal. It’s a reality that has motivated many Floridians to start thinking about estate planning. If you don’t have an estate plan yet, it’s never too late to start. In this blog, we’ll identify tools that can Read More

Five Tips for Business Succession Planning

If you are a business owner, you undoubtedly have a lot of responsibilities on your plate. While it is easy to focus on your day to day responsibilities and growing your business, it is also important that you think about the future of your company. If something should happen to you and you are unable to keep working, you do not want the business to have to close down as this would not only impact you and your Read More

The Top Three Estate Planning Considerations for Young Families

There’s a common misconception that estate planning is only a concern for the elderly or the ill. The truth is, everyone -- young or old -- should have an estate plan in place to protect their assets and their loved ones. This is especially true for anyone who is a parent.  At ElDeiry & ElDeiry, P.A., we encourage young families to get a head start on estate planning. In today’s blog post, we’re sharing our top Read More

Busted! Four Common Myths About Probate

To many, probate is a mystery. There are so many myths and misconceptions about this process being touted as fact that it can be really difficult to distinguish the truth from the lies. Unfortunately, we’ve seen situations time and time again where misunderstandings regarding the probate process cause people to make damaging decisions during the estate planning process. Today we’re busting four of the most common Read More

How Estate Planning Can Help You Minimize Your Estate Taxes

Through good estate planning, you have the opportunity to make sure that the assets you have worked hard to acquire over the course of your life will be transferred to your heirs smoothly after you pass away. Estate planning can also preserve your assets, and prevent them from being depleted by estate taxes before they ever get into your family members’ hands. Large estates are subject to estate tax. This is a Read More

Understanding the Difference Between Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts

Trusts are one of the most important estate planning tools that you have at your disposal when you sit down to decide how to protect and distribute your assets. They can be split up into two major categories: revocable trusts and irrevocable trusts. In both types, assets are set aside (put into a trust) to be managed by a trustee on behalf of the beneficiaries or beneficiary, but they have differences that make them Read More