DMH Legal PLLC is a Broward County, Florida-based Estate Planning, Business Law, and Real Estate law firm. DMH Legal also provides legal business advising and consulting for small businesses.
There are many misconceptions about estate planning. Many believe that only the very wealthy need an estate plan. Others think they do not need an estate plan because they are too young. However, estate planning is not contingent upon wealth or age. For example, a 35-year-old with young children, a home, and a small nest egg would have more concerns than an 80-year-old with tons of money and no family, friends, pets, or charitable intent.
Estate planning allows you to choose who raises your children, manages your affairs, and how and when your beneficiaries receive your assets. With comprehensive planning, such as using a Revocable Trust, you can avoid probate, give beneficiaries asset protection, and control the assets long after you are gone.What we want in life is not always accomplished without some well-thought-out planning. Planning for your or your loved one’s future is one of the most responsible and caring things you can do. With a proper estate plan in place, you can ensure your final wishes are followed and that your loved ones are taken care of, even after you are gone. Estate planning can be very confusing, overwhelming, and filled with pitfalls along the way, but it does not have to be. With Attorney Daniel M. Herrera of DMH Legal, estate planning can be simple.
Selecting and forming the legal entity for your business and then correctly maintaining it after formation are some of the most important things you can do as a business owner to ensure you and your business are adequately protected. However, business entity selection, formation, and maintenance can be confusing and complicated. Mr. Herrera of DMH Legal works to make it easy. Mr. Herrera also provides business planning to incorporate your business into your estate plan.
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A real estate closing attorney ensures that all documents related to the sale or purchase of a property are signed and prepared correctly. This includes reviewing all paperwork to ensure accuracy and completeness and advising clients about risks associated with certain types of transactions or contracts. A closing attorney also works with lenders and title companies to ensure that all fees are paid, taxes are filed correctly, and any liens against the property have been satisfied before finalizing the transaction.
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