Many people put off estate planning, making a will, or doing any type of end-of-life legal preparation. Most commonly it is because they don’t want to think about end-of-life issues, they think it will be a difficult or uncomfortable process, or they think they are too young to worry about this type of thing. The truth is, you are never too young, and when you work with the right attorney, the whole process can be far easier than you might imagine. In fact, many clients say that they feel a burden lifted off their shoulders that they didn’t even know was there once they have completed their estate planning. 

Our Pinellas County Wills and Trusts Attorneys are dedicated to working with individuals and families to help protect the assets they have built throughout their life, and make everything simpler for families who have lost a loved one. We help thoughtful people achieve the peace of mind that comes with planning their personal legacy and passing on family harmony.

Our legal team will work closely with you to make arrangements to help get things in order including addressing the following essential concerns:

  • Who Makes Financial Decisions Should You Become Unable
  • Which Assets Go to Which Heirs
  • Avoiding the Probate Process
  • What Type of End of Life Care Do You Want
  • Care for Minor or Disabled Children
  • And much more

The fact is, most people don’t realize just how much planning is needed. Putting this type of decision-making off not only places your own future finances at risk, but also those of your loved ones. While it may seem overwhelming at first, remember that estate planning in Pinellas County does not have to be difficult or complicated. Our wills and trusts attorney will work with you to get all the necessary information together, and then complete the legal forms that are needed.

Depending on the size of your estate and your family situations, we can often get all your planning completed in just one meeting. Our law firm can handle all your needs, including—but not limited to—

  • Estate planning
  • Wills, trusts, and estates
  • Asset protection
  • Second marriage planning
  • Probate
  • Estate administration
  • Trust administration
  • Elder law
  • Medicaid Planning
  • VA pension planning
  • Special needs planning
  • Incapacity planning
  • Powers of attorney
  • Guardianships
  • Business formation and transactions
  • Business succession planning
  • Gun trusts
  • Pet planning
  • and much more.

We believe in planning for your future for peace of mind now. If you are interested in learning more or you would like to set up a consultation with one of our Pinellas County wills and trusts attorneys, please contact us today.