Estate planning benefits everyone, not just the ultra-wealthy. Working with an experienced attorney to create a comprehensive estate plan can save your loved ones months of stress and thousands of dollars following your passing.
Navigating the complexities of a probate administration can be both difficult and time-consuming. Having a skilled attorney guide you through the process can reduce confusion and unease often associated with legal proceedings.
At Florida Estate Law, P.A., the client comes first. We appreciate the sensitive topics involved in the estate planning process and we understand the emotional aspects of a probate administration.
No matter your goals or your situation, you are not alone.
WHAT IS ESTATE PLANNING?
Estate planning involves the use of wills, trusts and other legal documents to accomplish various end-of-life goals. These goals often include, but are not limited to: avoiding probate administration, planning for incapacity and reducing or eliminating estate taxes. A seasoned estate planning attorney will tailor your estate plan to fit your goals and will put your mind at ease.
WHAT IS PROBATE ADMINISTRATION?
Probate administration is the judicially-refereed process during which one’s assets are marshaled and distributed after death. Common issues that arise during a probate administration involve valuing personal property, handling creditor claims and transferring real property. An adept probate attorney will guide you through the probate administration process and will efficiently settle your loved one’s estate.
3 Steps to Peace of Mind
First, we simply discuss your personal and financial goals. This helps us determine what options are available to you in accomplishing those goals.
Next, we review your familial and financial situation to ensure nothing is overlooked. Checking title, ownership and getting an asset and liability snapshot are critical.
Finally, we draft your estate plan and bring it to life. We tailor and individualize the documents in each plan to ensure total comfort, understanding and satisfaction prior to signing.