Our firm website has information on FAQS and multiple videos on probate topics on the benefits of estate planning and probate administration. In addition, we have our Clarie Law YouTube channel.
Clarie Law Offices, P.A. welcomes your pet for an office visit. We ask your pet be in good health and current in vaccinations. Special treat for all pets with parents’ permission, of course.
Try Florida Dept. of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics at floridahealth.gov or 1-904-359-6900 and in Pinellas County at 727-824-6900.
Call us or download at Clarie Law Offices website the FREE Book on Frequently Asked Estate Planning Questions: DANCE OF LIFE
St. Paul’s Catholic Church located at 1800 12th St. No., St. Petersburg, FL 33704 and at 727-822-3481 offers a grief support group open to all.
Taxpayers can create or access their Online Account at irs.gov/account With this account tax payers can access a variety of helpful information including:
Learn tax rates;
Get account transcripts;
Get email notifications for information or activity;
Make or view payments;
View, create or change payment plans;
See the amount owed by year.
The loss of a loved one is life altering. Many people encounter stages of grief and these are (1) Denial (2) Anger (3) Bargaining (4) Depression (5) Acceptance. A counselor or grief support program can be a source of comfort.
Many clients ask me do I need a Trust as I want to avoid probate. Remember, many clients can avoid the expense of a Trust by using beneficiary titling so check with us at Clarie Law to find the best fit for your estate planning needs.
Did you know the Sixth Judicial Circuit Court has a website with helpful tips at https;//www.jud6.org
At this site, you find many links to access court programs, locations, judges contact information, including links on how to represent yourself and family law forms.
The Pinellas County Clerk of the Court has a premier website which provides resources and links to the Court dockets and many forms to help you. See www.mypinellasclerk.org
The site provides updates on clerk hours, services, rate and has self help forms available for types of cases.
POD planning is naming a beneficiary on your financial accounts so when you die, that person collects your account without any probate need and very quickly after your death. For many this is a good estate planning tool, ask us about it.