We Are Knowledgeable, Caring Guides Through Estate Planning And Probate
The majority of people do not have a will or other documents that are needed to distribute their assets after their death. Nor do they have legal documents that provide for their medical care or financial assets if they lose their capacity to handle their own affairs. We see many cases where the families end up fighting and the assets squandered by the legal process because there was no will or that the documents were not prepared correctly.
These documents we can prepare economically and particularly when compared to the cost of not having them or not having them done properly to have validity.
If you are like millions of Americans, you may feel as if estate planning is not something you need, at least not right now. The reality that most people are fortunately unaware of is that not having an estate plan in place when a loved one dies can lead to incredible problems and challenges for those left behind. Navigating the process of dealing with an estate with no will or trust is something no one should have to face. Make sure your loved ones are protected from this protracted nightmare.
If you have children, a home and family heirlooms to pass on, now is the time to create an estate plan. You need at least a will to provide guardians for your children and to specify how you want your assets distributed. More complex estates will likely also require a trust to pass assets to beneficiaries smoothly.
At Corona Law Firm, you can rely on our experienced estate planning lawyers to guide you through the process of creating an estate plan tailored to your family and your wishes. We help people who are making a will for the first time as well as those who need to update an existing plan. Whether you are helping your parents with estate planning or are in need of a plan for yourself, our attorneys know what to do to help you accomplish your goals. In addition, we can assist you with probate in Florida. Learn more by setting up a consultation with us. We serve people in Miami, Broward and the surrounding areas.
There’s Peace In Realizing Your Family Is Taken Care Of And Your Wishes Are Known
People typically feel a sense of relief when they finish their estate plan. Now there are no worries about what will happen to you if you are incapacitated and can’t make or communicate your wishes about your estate and your health care. If your incapacitation or death means that your minor children need a guardian, you will be glad that they will go to guardians whom you chose, and that it’s not a decision that is left to a judge.
An estate plan may include some or all of these instruments:
- Real Estate Titles
- Power of attorney for financial matters
- Health care power of attorney
- Advance directives and a living will
You can decide what is right for your estate and your family. We are here to help you understand each estate planning instrument and whether it will help you achieve your goals.
Our Probate Attorneys Will Take The Burden Off You
If you are the executor of a will or a trustee of a trust, you face a complex task. It is typically best to work with a probate attorney who can take care of matters for you. With our experience, we can help you through the probate process with as few issues as possible.
Are you an executor of a will in Florida, but you live out of state? We can assist you with probate of your loved one’s Florida estate.