WILLS A will is arguably the most important estate planning document you can have. Without it, your entire estate may be subject to the Florida default rules of passing along your things to your beneficiaries, otherwise known as the intestate process. If you want any control over what happens after you die, you must have a will. A will allows the probate court and your surviving friends and family to know your intentions on the following:
- Who are your beneficiaries, or the people/places that will receive your things when you're gone?
- How are those beneficiaries supposed to split up your things? Will it be an even split or some other percentage or one-time gift?
- Who will be the personal representative in charge of making sure your things are all collected and given out in the right way?
- What happens to any portion of your estate going to a minor or someone with a disability?
- Living Will
- Health Care Surrogate
- Durable Power of Attorney
- Declaration of Pre-Need Guardianship
- Lady Bird Deeds
- Contact Spinner Law Firm for a complimentary, no obligation, in-depth estate planning consultation with one of our experienced attorneys.
- At the initial meeting, we will discuss the details of your estate, and develop a plan geared towards meeting your estate planning goals.
- At the conclusion of our initial meeting, we will quote you a flat legal fee that covers the entire cost of our estate planning services.
- If you decide to hire our services, we will begin preparing your documents right away. We will email drafts of the estate documents for your preliminary review.
- Once you approve the documents, we will arrange a second office appointment to perform a final document review, go over the key provisions, and conduct a signing ceremony.
- Payment of the applicable fees is accepted once you have signed off on your estate documents. There are no hidden fees or costs associated with the process.