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First Responder

Thank You For Your Service!

At the Davey Law Group P.A., we have tremendous respect for the courageous men and women who risk their lives and make daily sacrifices to protect and serve the public in times of urgent need. Catherine Davey understands this better than most as she comes from a family of firefighters and emergency management personnel.

We would like to express our sincere gratitude to first responders (Firefighters, EMS, Police officers, Military, and Medical personnel) right here in Central Florida. These incredible individuals are saving lives, risking their health, and protecting our communities daily. We would like to recognize their hard work by offering a 25% price reduction on all of our estate planning services.

Estate Planning for First Responders

Our first responders leave a legacy of service, and this creates a positive impact in our community. To share your legacy of strength and service with future generations, you need an estate plan that ensures your property and assets are distributed according to your wishes. Your generosity of spirit places you in harm’s way daily. A comprehensive estate plan can protect your family, preserve your legacy, and provide some comfort for you and your loved ones, knowing that you have taken every step to prepare for the possible.

At the Davey Law Group P.A., our experienced estate planning staff work directly with clients to create an individualized estate plan. However, a typical estate plan includes

How to move forward with your estate plan at this time

We are working every day for you, and are available to you by phone and email. If you do call and get voice mail during business hours, leave a message, and we will get back to you as soon as possible. We will be able to do almost anything you need from us and want to assure you that we will do everything in our power to minimize the disruption to you.

This offer is limited to the duration of the current Coronavirus (Covid-19) health emergency or December 31, 2021, whichever comes first; the ability of our firm to continue to provide services, and the rules governing the practice of law (conflict of interest, etc.). We further reserve the right to decline to provide services to anyone as necessary to comply with the rules governing the practice of Florida law.