KulasLawFL
Robert Kulas
Estate Planning Attorney
About me
"Our goal is to offer you guidance on planning for your estate that sufficiently protects your assets and plans for the continued financial support of your loved ones. Our Port St. Lucie Estate Planning attorneys can devise an Estate Plan customized to meet your financial goals, and preserve your estate for future generations. Whether you are young, a senior citizen, married, single, have children, or anything else, the legal reality is that everyone in the state of Florida needs to have an estate plan. Your estate is the collection of property and interests you leave behind should you become incapacitated or die. You have the legal right to make a number of decisions about how you want your estate handled. If you fail to make these decisions by not having a proper estate plan in place, you leave it up to others to make those decisions on your behalf. Contact our law firm at (772) 398-0720 or sign up online for a free consultation."
My Stats:
Docs: 115
Views: 2119
Profile Visits: 294
Professional Information:
company: Robert J. Kulas, P.A.
Address:
city: Port St. Lucie
zip: 34952
country: United States






What is a QTIP Trust?
From: KulasLawFL | Date: 6/14/2011  | Views: 9

A Qualified Terminable Interest Property (QTIP) Trust is an advanced estate planning tool that allows your spouse the use and enjoyment of your... ...  more>>

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Estate Planning With a Special Needs Child
From: KulasLawFL | Date: 6/14/2011  | Views: 4

When you have a child with special needs, many areas of your life require additional planning and special arrangements, and your estate plan is no... ...  more>>

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Have a Family Business? You Need a Succession Plan
From: KulasLawFL | Date: 6/22/2011  | Views: 9

When you own a business, you pour an immense amount of time and energy into making sure it is successful. more>>

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401(k) Loans Hit a New High
From: KulasLawFL | Date: 6/22/2011  | Views: 1

It’s quite a figure: according to the Wall Street Journal, 30% of 401(k) owners now have a loan outstanding. more>>

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How Do You Know if Your Parent Needs Long-Term Care?
From: KulasLawFL | Date: 6/22/2011  | Views: 2

When you hear the term “long-term care”, it’s easy for your mind to automatically jump to the image of a nursing home, but this isn’t necessarily... ...  more>>

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5 Tips for an Effective Estate Plan
From: KulasLawFL | Date: 7/2/2011  | Views: 26

An estate plan can cover a lot of ground in ensuring that your assets are distributed appropriately and your loved ones are taken care of in the... ...  more>>

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What Does it Mean to “Administer” a Trust
From: KulasLawFL | Date: 7/6/2011  | Views: 6

After a trust maker dies, the person who has been appointed trustee has the job of administering the trust. more>>

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Getting Ready to Meet With Your Estate Planning Attorney
From: KulasLawFL | Date: 7/6/2011  | Views: 14

Making an appointment with an estate planning attorney is an important step – it puts you ahead of most Americans in that you’ve decided to take... ...  more>>

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Will Your Estate Plan Work
From: KulasLawFL | Date: 7/6/2011  | Views: 18

How do you know if your estate plan is effective, especially if your documents were not drawn up by a qualified estate planning attorney? There are... ...  more>>

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Avoiding Living Pro bate with a Revocable Living Trust
From: KulasLawFL | Date: 7/6/2011  | Views: 1

The reason for having an incapacity plan is so that you and your family can avoid the unpleasant process known as Living Probate more>>

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Did You Know? There are Different Types of Wills
From: KulasLawFL | Date: 7/7/2011  | Views: 10

When you’re planning your estate, you want to make sure that you cover all your bases, and part of doing this is to make sure that more>>

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Why You Need a Will Even if You Have a Living Trust
From: KulasLawFL | Date: 7/7/2011  | Views: 4

The primary reason most people opt to base their estate plan on a Revocable Living Trust is to avoid probate when they pass away more>>

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Newlywed? Consider These Estate Planning Tips
From: KulasLawFL | Date: 7/7/2011  | Views: 1

Marriage marks a huge milestone, and it involves countless adjustments in many areas of your life. more>>

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What Happens When it’s Time to Sell or Refinance Trust Property?
From: KulasLawFL | Date: 7/7/2011  | Views: 3

Part of making sure that your Revocable Living Trust is effective is transferring property into the trust. more>>

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When to Consider an Institutional Trustee
From: KulasLawFL | Date: 7/7/2011  | Views: 3

When it comes to selecting a successor trustee, the common choice is a spouse, a family member, or a close friend more>>

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3 views language: English