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TITLING FLORIDA REAL ESTATE

By Attorney Wyon F. Wiegratz As a licensed attorney in both Florida (FL) and Wisconsin (WI), I am often asked to help other attorneys and help our snowbird clients with how they should hold FL real estate.  This often involves retitling property, especially when those...

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FLORIDA “LADY BIRD” DEED

By Attorney Wyon F. Wiegratz As a licensed attorney in both Florida (FL) and Wisconsin (WI), I am often asked if FL has a transfer on death (TOD) deed similar to that in Wisconsin.  Unfortunately, FL has yet to adopt a statute allowing for a simple transfer on death...

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Estate Tax Update: Initial Thoughts

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 was signed into law on December 22, 2017, and became effective January 1, 2018 (the “Act”). While most of the Act is made up of provisions that change individual and business income taxes, there were some significant changes to the...

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GOP Tax Reform Proposal

The GOP has released its “Unified Framework for Fixing Our Broken Tax Code”.  Unfortunately, the framework is heavy on generalities and light on specifics, so there is still a long way to go.  Nonetheless, I wanted to take this opportunity to discuss the proposals,...

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How to Deed Florida Property

By: Wyon F. Wiegratz As a licensed attorney in both Florida (FL) & Wisconsin (WI), I am often retained by other WI law firms to assist with estate planning for their clients who have property in FL, are actual FL residents, or are planning to be residents in FL....

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When Do Powers Of Attorney Start And End?

One common estate planning misconception is when Powers of Attorney start and end. A Power of Attorney is a tool used to grant authority to someone to act on your behalf in case they need to. Powers of Attorney can start or be effective either immediately or...

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When Are Powers Of Attorney Required?

One common estate planning misconception is when powers of attorney are required. Powers of attorney are required if you are determined to be incompetent. Incompetency can mean a mental illness or a physical ailment, such as being unconscious.  What a power of...

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