It is often said that timing is everything. This is especially true in estate planning. Creating an estate plan is an opportunity to provide for your dependents, to clearly outline how you want your estate to be divided up after you are gone, or to protect yourself in the event you are incapacitated. But wait too long and you just might miss your chance completely, instead leaving your property in the hands of Florida’s intestacy law and the court system.
The Martin County wills and estate planning law firm of Treasure Coast Legal knows that for some, just the idea of creating an estate plan can be intimidating. We also know it is one of the best things you can do to protect your loved ones and property after you are gone. We are here to help you do just that.
Since a will – or last will and testament as it is sometimes called – is a legal document that details how you would like your assets distributed after your death, it is in your best interest to have an experienced wills and estate planning attorney draft it. Your will can outline your wishes on many issues related to your estate, including:
At Treasure Coast Legal, our deep understanding of the intricacies of Florida estate law enables us to guide our clients through the process of identifying assets and determining the best way to protect them. We then draft a clear, legally sound document that delineates your wishes in simple and concise terms designed to ensure the courts follow your wishes.
Why leave the future security of your loved ones up to chance and the division of your property in the hands of fate? Let the skilled Florida estate planning attorneys at Treasure Coast Legal create an estate plan that fits your needs. Contact us to speak with an accomplished Martin County wills and estate planning attorney. Call us today at (772) 621-2898 .