Basic Estate Planning includes
the following; a Will, Living Will, Health Care Surrogate and a
Durable Power of Attorney.
The benefits of having a valid Will are numerable including but not
limited to: If you die with assets in your name, and without a will
your estate assets are governed by a Florida statute and not your
own choice. You do not select your own personal representative, the
person to see to it that your will is followed and who collects your
assets and settle your estate. If you have minor children who
inherit from you by statute, the Judge will appoint a guardian for
them and for their estates until they reach the age of eighteen.
This person could be selected by you in a Will.
Tax benefits of a Living Trust are for those whose combined estates
are more than the federal estate tax "applicable exclusion amount".
Many people would like to leave part of their assets to a church,
ministry or charity and they will therefore, need a Will.
Firm Overview |
Practice Areas |
Child Support |
Family Law |
Visitation Rights |
Child Custody |
Prenuptial Agreements |
Estate Planning |
Wills, Trust & Probate
Profit Corporation & Organization Law |
Related Litigation |
Mediation Collaborative Law |
| Contact Us
Site designed and hosted by
All information compiled on this
website is provided as a public service and for general informational purposes
only. The information available through this website is not legal advice.. It
should not be relied upon for any type of legal action, nor considered to be
legal advice. No warranties, expressed or implied, are provided for the accuracy
of the data herein, its use or its interpretation. All data contained herein is
subject to change without notice. We shall not be liable for any demand or
claim, regardless of form or action, arising out of or incident to the posting
of information or data on this website, the accessing or use of any information
or data on this website, and/or the acts or omissions of any person or entity
accessing or using any information from this website.