FLORIDA ESTATE PLANNING
Proper estate planning involves an analysis of each client’s individual situation. In many cases, people need proper planning to provide care for minor children, aging parents/relatives, and corresponding trustees for any trust established toward the care and support of these individuals. Additionally, they’re laws specific to the State of Florida regarding estate planning; it’s important to plan your estate with someone who understands Florida estate planning law, and the process.
As experienced Florida estate planning attorneys, Di Pietro Partners, LLP can help ensure peace of mind, financial security, and a comfortable future. If you or someone you know needs help with estate planning in Florida, call our offices for a free consultation 1.800.712.8462
If you’d like more information on various aspects of estate planning we handle, you can read more and visit the links below.
Some people use trusts to provide for the distribution of their assets at death, or during life, rather than a will. It’s important to have a properly written trust to avoid issues such as Probate.
Lawyers for trust disputes – Di Pietro Partners, LLP are experienced in the representation of trustees, beneficiaries, or others, who may challenge a trust.
Our Gun Trusts are designed specifically for your firearms. You, as Grantor (the person who creates the trust), are given the power to add or remove trustees.
Power of attorney delegates authority from one individual to another. Specifically, this document grants the right to make decisions on a person’s behalf as their acting agent. A power of attorney can make this authority specific or broad depending on the language used in the document. As a result, there are many legal aspects and questions regarding this document.
Other Aspects of Estate Planning
The lawyers at Di Pietro Partners handle a wide variety of estate planning matters. Other aspects we can help with include:
The law provides that at the exact time of death, all the property of the decedent is automatically and immediately transferred to a legal entity referred to as the “decedent’s estate”. This estate can own property in any jurisdiction, domestic or international, state or federal, and the property itself can be of any variety. Real estate, checking accounts, savings accounts, all forms of investment including stocks and other securities, life insurance policies and personal property, such as cars, furniture, and clothing, can be part of the estate.
Estate planning prepares for more than financial and property matters: it allows for decision-making in advance on the type of medical care someone wants to receive should they become incapacitated and unable to decide for themselves. It also allows for pre-planning (and pre-payment) of your funeral arrangements and their related expenses.
Get Help With Your Estate Today
Di Pietro Partners, LLP has helped many clients plan their estates throughout Florida. Our lawyers are well-equipped in guiding you through this process regardless of the size or complexity. Therefore, call our experienced Florida estate planning attorneys and plan a comfortable future 1.866.822.1597.