If you’ve been injured in an accident, you need someone to walk you through the process, support and guide you, and ultimately fight for the recovery you deserve. Don’t talk to anyone until you have spoken with an attorney. Click to read “4 Things you should do immediately following a car accident”. We offer free consultations to those who have been injured by the negligence of others, and you pay nothing unless we recover on your behalf. We handle personal injury matters throughout the state of Florida. Please give us a call 561-921-5751 or schedule a consultation today.
I am passionate about helping people and families develop an estate plan that protects their loved ones and gives them peace of mind. As a mother with minor children, I understand both the importance and difficulty in selecting a guardian, and can guide and support you in making those tough decisions. Most people need more than just a will. A comprehensive estate plan includes several documents that are to be used during life. Read my blog post about what is included in a basic estate plan. In the state of Florida, if you do not create a will, the state will create one for you. If you do not have a power of attorney and healthcare surrogate in place, the court may appoint someone to act for you, and that person may not be one you would have chosen for yourself. Our estate planning packages include a last will and testament, living will, health care surrogate, durable power of attorney, and designation of preneed guardian. Our trust package includes all of the estate planning documents along with a revocable living trust. We make the process simple! We have an online intake form and plenty of remote options as well. Please give us a call 561-921-5751 or schedule a consultation today.
The probate process in Florida adheres to strict statutory timelines and specific filing and notice requirements. The personal representative in Florida is tasked with the burden of administering the estate according to Florida law. This includes identifying and gathering the assets, filing, publishing, and serving the appropriate notices to beneficiaries and creditors, paying debts, filing taxes, and making distributions, among other things. Losing a loved one is difficult, let us help you navigate probate court. If you have lost a loved one and need to file a probate administration in the State of Florida, please give us a call 561-921-5751 or schedule a consultation today. We handle probates throughout the state of Florida.