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Florida Landlord Eviction

Posted by Natalia V. Bevilacqua | Nov 09, 2023 | 0 Comments

When you are a Florida residential Landlord and have a Tenant who has stopped paying rent, you have legal recourse available to you to protect your property and your rights.  Eviction is a two-step process.  First, proper notice must be given to the Tenant to pay past due rent or surrender the pr...

Is Your Estate Plan Good or Great?

Posted by Natalia V. Bevilacqua | Apr 22, 2022 | 0 Comments

Do you already have an estate plan? If so, is it good or is it great? Even if you have not done any planning, where do you begin? How do you hire an attorney that will draft you a GREAT plan? I would like to begin by saying something about the deceptive name of this particular area of law. Estate...

Another Heartbreaking Story About DIY Documents

Posted by Natalia V. Bevilacqua | Mar 25, 2022 | 0 Comments

This story really touched me, so I want to share it and hope it can help someone avoid a similar mistake. I received a call from a potential client. He told me his mother passed away and left her home to her disabled daughter, the caller's sister. The called wanted me to assist with probate admin...

The REAL Reason to Invest into Estate Planning

Posted by Natalia V. Bevilacqua | Feb 25, 2022 | 0 Comments

First things first. What is estate planning? Estate Planning that an attorney can assist you with is putting in place documents that protect you, your family and your assets in the event of your death or incapacity. Common documents that come to mind are Wills and Trusts, but these are just the b...

The Importance Of A Durable Power Of Attorney

Posted by Natalia V. Bevilacqua | Nov 19, 2021 | 0 Comments

There are two main things basic estate planning is supposed to plan for: death and incapacity. The importance of planning for incapacity tends to get forgotten, probably because people have more experience with someone they know dying (death is 100% guaranteed after all) and less so with the burd...

An Estate Planning Joke

Posted by Natalia V. Bevilacqua | Oct 22, 2021 | 0 Comments

An old lady had a hearing-aid fitted, hidden underneath her hair. A week later she returned to the doctor for her check-up. “It's wonderful – I can hear everything now,” she reported very happily to the doctor. “And is your family pleased, too?” asked the doctor. “Oh I haven't told them yet,” sai...

Do I Need a Last Will and Testament?

Posted by Natalia V. Bevilacqua | Aug 27, 2021 | 0 Comments

Almost everyone knows what a Will is. In Florida, a valid Will is a Will that was made and executed for a resident of another state, in compliance with that state's requirements. In other words, if a Will is valid in the state it is from, it will be valid in Florida. Another way to have a valid W...

Does EVERYONE Need a Will? NO. So, Who DOES?

Posted by Natalia V. Bevilacqua | Jul 23, 2021 | 0 Comments

Many people call Bevilacqua Law, P.A. asking to meet because they need a will. Many times, after meeting with the Client, I tell them they do not need a will. Why? Because the people they want to leave their assets to are the same people that will inherit those same assets under Florida law anywa...

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