Probate Guardianship Estate Planning


Criminal Defense
Otherwise called a Last Will and Testament, a will is an authoritative document regulating the arrangement of property after death. It is essential to have a lawfully executed will to ensure that your friends and family honor your last wishes and are accommodated in your absence.


Family Law
Guardianship is a lawful undertaking in which a guardian is delegated to execute the legal rights of a incapacitated individual. The court analyzes the individual to verify if they are debilitated through a physical and mental examination and a functional evaluation.


Criminal Defense
Probate is the court administered procedure of distinguishing assets, paying off debts and appropriating the remaining assets of a deceased individual. Probate is imperative to pass ownership of the decedent’s possessions and belongings to the decedents beneficiaries and to wrap up the decedent’s monetary affairs.

Services Include, But Not Limited To

Designation of Health Care Surrogate

Another important estate planning tool is the designation of healthcare surrogate. The designation of healthcare surrogate permits you to name a person to settle on medical choices on your behalf assuming that you become unable to make the choices for yourself. Florida law requires that a designation of a health…

Power of Attorney

A power of attorney is an estate planning tool that allows a chosen individual to handle your financial affairs, for example signing contracts, purchasing and selling land, purchasing and selling a vehicle, or signing tax and bank account records. The powers of the designated person (the individual given the power)…

Revocable Living Trusts

A revocable living trust, also reffered to as a living trust or a revocable trust is an estate planning tool used to handle your property so that after your passing, court supervision is not necessary to allot your property and holdings. A trustee will not only put your possessions in…

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