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Last Will & Testament
A legal instrument communicating your final wishes regarding your “probatable” estate. A Last Will & Testament does not help avoid probate, but it does allow you to distribute your estate per your wishes.
Pour Over Will
A Pour Over Will allows you to declare that any assets at the time of your death, in your will, shall be distributed to your Trust. Your appointed Trustee shall disburse any assets in your Trust.
A separate legal entity created by you. Many people create Trusts to avoid legal fees associated with Probate. A Trust may serve several purposes including helping to avoid probate, limiting tax liability, and allowing you to qualify for government benefits. We offer Revocable Trusts, Irrevocable Trusts and Special Needs Trusts.
Our attorneys at Elder Law, P.A. can help you determine which type of Trust is best suited for you and your family.
Enhanced Life Estate Deed
Enhanced Life Estate Deeds, also referred to as “Lady Bird” deeds, can be used to transfer ownership of real estate outside of probate to the beneficiaries named in the deed.
We also offer experienced Medicaid Planning in Florida, learn more today.
Estate Planning Frequently Asked Questions
Why is estate planning essential at any stage in life?
Do you still need a trust if you have a will?
What is the difference between a revocable and irrevocable trust?
What are the pros and cons of a trust when it comes to your house?
What is the difference between a personal representative vs. a beneficiary?
What is the difference between a personal representative vs. an executor?
What happens if you die without a will, and your executor can not act in this capacity?"
Are there any laws in who you select as a personal representative?
What does your personal representative do?
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