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An Intro to the Ladybird Deed and When to Use it

Here is an Intro to the Ladybird Deed and when to use it

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Like any legal document, a Ladybird Deed should be drafted by an attorney who understands the precise legal language and considerations required for it to be effective. Any errors, omissions, or ambiguities could cause the deed to be invalid under Florida law, leading to significant problems for you or your remainder beneficiaries.

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