By anticipating problems and planning ahead, I help seniors and others set matters in order before an accident, disability, illness or death occurs. This enables you to protect your assets and arrange for the care you deserve. But even if you are already receiving care, I can still help you protect what you have going forward.
I also assist those who are concerned with the care and assets of an elder family member or who must administer an estate after a death. I can help whether or not your loved one lives in Florida.
For my pro bono work assisting needy families in Florida as a Circuit Guardian Advocate, I received the Florida Bar President's award for the 20th Judicial Circuit.
I respect the fact that each client's situation is unique. When you come to my firm for help, I listen carefully to your concerns and tailor my services to meet your specific needs and legal goals. My goal is to help you make informed decisions in your best interests.
I am there to guide you through the legal process from start to finish:
-Estate planning - Regardless of the size or complexity of your estate, I assist with wills, trusts, guardianships, estate planning, agreements for same-sex couples, powers of attorney and living wills.
-Probate - I understand how hard it is to begin the legal process after a loved one dies. I can assist you with proving the will or trust is valid, transferring your loved one's property to the beneficiaries, posting notice of trust and resolving any debts.
-Trust administration - I meticulously establish, manage and administer trusts, advising you on the legal and tax issues involved. I can assist you with property distribution and guide you through an abbreviated probate process. I inform you about when the trust is going to terminate, the terms of the trust and spendthrift trusts.
-Guardianships - I assist Individuals who seek to be appointed as guardians or who are serving as guardian of the property or personal needs for an adult or disabled child.
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