In Florida Florida Statute 733.301(1)(b)(2) defines how a
minor child can participate in a probate proceeding. Minor children are
not able to participate directly, but can do so through a court
appointed guardian over their property. In a recent Florida case
out of the 2nd District of Florida...
By Peter K. Kelly
In 1971, the 26 th
Amendment to the United States Constitution was adopted, which guaranteed that
citizens eighteen years or older shall not be denied the right to vote, by the
United States or by any state. In 1974,
the New York State Legislature enacted 53 bills amending various...
The importance of life insurance for parents with young children cannot be overstated. However, insurance is just one part of the story. To ensure your child's financial security, you need to properly plan for how the proceeds will be distributed to your child, as well as for how your child's...
By Liza Weiman Hanks |
Dear Liza: I want to name my minor grandchildren as beneficiaries of my IRA account. How do I do that? Can I use my Will? It’s a smart idea to name minors as beneficiaries of your IRAs. Since they are young, they’ll be able to withdraw that money slowly over their...