Naples FL Estate Planning Attorney
Having a Last Will and Testament, Living Will, Health Care Surrogate, and General Power of Attorney are key aspects of a sound estate plan, yet most do not have these important documents.
We can guide you through the process of creating a sound estate plan, offering affordable solutions for the average family.
As you know, planning for the future protects your loved ones and your assets from unexpected circumstances. Our attorneys understand this and can develop an estate plan customized to address your special circumstances.
Don’t Leave Your Family’s Future To Chance
If you’ve just moved to the area you may need your estate plan reviewed and updated. We offer a free consultation to review your current documents for conformance to Florida law.
If changes are required, the attorneys at Parrish, White & Yarnell, P.A. can assist.
The ramifications of an incomplete or out of date estate plan, a poorly drafted will, or no plan at all can be costly. Issues left unresolved by an estate plan sometimes divide families and jeopardize businesses.
Without a properly drafted will, your estate could be tied up in probate, and your assets and real estate distributed according to Florida statute. The statute often conflicts with the grantor’s wishes, which can be especially problematic for blended families.
Your loved ones may also face challenges to the validity of your will and financial turmoil at a time when they are emotionally vulnerable. Our attorneys can help you avoid this negative result.
Even Simple Estate Plans Include Many Options
With more than 60 years of collective experience, we can help you utilize the estate planning tools most appropriate for your needs, including:
- Standard Wills, Pour-Over Wills
- Revocable Trusts
- Living Wills
- Health Care Surrogate POAs
- General Powers of attorney
- DNRs, HIPPA Authorizations, Anatomical Gift Donations
We can explain which options might best meet your needs. We will also explain the circumstances that could require updates to your plan in the future such as the birth of a new child or grandchild, change in financial circumstances or divorce.