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Florida Estate Planning.
Protect your kids. legacy. home. health. money. things. business.
Put simply, estate planning is making sure WHAT you own is passed on to WHO you want, WHEN you want, and HOW you want, all while AVOIDING unnecessary legal procedures, MINIMIZING estate taxes, and PREVENTING family disputes.
With the use of virtual communication and mobile services, you do not need to leave your home or office to complete your estate plan. Get started working with us today!
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Once you get to know us, we think you will like working together.
You have a lot of choices when it comes to hiring an estate planning lawyer in Florida.
Here is what makes our law office stand out.
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How it works.
A simple, understandable process to give you confidence in your plan.
You are the captain and we are the navigator. Tell us where you want to go and we will show you the way.
If you are looking to protect your assets and legacy, plan for incapacity, appoint trusted guardians for your minor children, or ensure a smooth transition of your business, we will work together to design a plan that helps avoid probate, minimize estate taxes, and privately transfer wealth to your heirs.
No fuss. No fees. Your estate planning with our law office starts with a no-cost initial consultation.
Leave behind a lasting legacy.
Plans & Pricing.
You have a unique set of needs and goals, requiring a unique set of planning documents.
There is no one-size-fits-all estate plan. No matter your family size or financial situation, your estate plan should meet your current needs and remain flexible if anything changes in the future. We work together with our clients to design fully customized plans with understandable terms and affordable pricing.
Life is much sweeter when there are fewer things to stress over.
Although the thought of planning for incapacity, disability, or death can be uncomfortable and worrisome, it is a necessary procedure to protect yourself and your family. After completing your plan, you should feel a sense of relief knowing your loved ones are taken care of if something should happen to you.
Your peace of mind starts here.
Explore how each legal document can help you build a complete and effective estate plan.
Ready to start your estate planning?
Still not sure how to protect the things you own and the people you love?
Learn about the basics of estate planning and find out which legal documents are right for your unique life situation.
The time is now to start planning.
Take control now to protect your loved ones in the future.
It's your life and you should decide how your affairs will be handled. If you don't have an estate plan, the probate court will control how to distribute your money and things and who cares for your minor children. Creating a complete estate plan with my law office means your assets, children, pets, business and legacy will be handled how YOU want, not how the court decides.
When you fail to plan, your family pays.
When a loved one passes away, the emotional process of sorting out their estate begins.
In the event a loved one passes away with no plan at all, or only a Last Will & Testament, their estate may be required to go through the Florida court process called “probate”.
Although Florida probate can be costly, time consuming, and downright overwhelming, our attorneys will help ease your family’s burden during an already stressful time.
We provide personal, compassionate and thorough legal counsel and services to the personal representative of a deceased loved one’s estate.
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