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Estate Planning

A person’s estate planning involves setting up a procedure to handle their assets in the event of incapacity or death. A large part of preparing an estate plan is transferring assets to heirs and paying estate taxes. Generally, estate plans are drafted with the assistance of an estate law practitioner.

Estate planning entails deciding how a person’s possessions will be kept, managed, and distributed when they die or become incompetent. It includes making a will, establishing trusts, arranging charitable gifts to reduce inheritance taxes, appointing an executor and beneficiaries, and making funeral arrangements. These are all examples of estate planning responsibilities. It will be done through a legal document. In law, a will is a document detailing how a deceased individual’s property and custody of their minor children will be handled after death—several methods for reducing inheritance taxes, including trusts and charity gifts.

Florida Estate Planning Legislation

Each state, including Florida, has its estate planning and inheritance rules.

Types of trusts in estate planning

There could be many cases where legal help would be required for estate planning. The instances of potential trust in state planning could be living, testamentary, revocable, pet, irrevocable, Medicaid protection, gun, and special needs trusts.

Why do you need assistance from an attorney?

By starting with a customized deep exploration approach, your attorney establishes a clear image of your objectives, aspirations, and financial status. This data will assist your independent legal experts design your estate planning paperwork based on your personalized estate and legacy strategy. The professional help from the attorney will ensure you fulfill all your desired clauses, eventually leading to the comfort you get from knowing you’re striving to secure your financial future. Whether managing your health care requirements or settling your estate, a well-thought-out estate plan makes it simpler for your family and loved ones to deal with a difficult time.

Get Help From An Experienced Florida Estate Planning Attorney Now by contacting us at Davey Law Group.

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Catherine E. Davey