You may be considering creating or modifying your estate plan because you’ve experience a major life event such as buying a house, inheriting money, getting married or even welcoming a new baby. Or perhaps you desire to update your existing estate plan because of a divorce or change in financial circumstances. Regardless of your individual needs, our goal is to guide you through the process from end-to-end to protect you, your family and your family’s future by creating legal documents that will secure your family and your assets.
The average estate plan consists of the following documents:
Last Will and Testament
Durable Power of Attorney
Power of Attorney for Health Care
More comprehensive estate plans may also include:
PreNeed Guardian Declaration
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Good planning can reduce delays and stress, minimize taxes, and maximize the wealth your loved ones inherit. Whether you are planning in advance or facing an immediate crisis, we can help you devise a legal solution to protect you, your family, and your assets. We always welcome participation from family members and advisors you wish to involve in the planning process.
With over 60 years of combined experience in estate planning, the attorneys at The Grantham Law Firm has helped thousands of Florida residents craft the legal documents they need to manage their assets and guide any future probate process. One such instrument, the living trust, is an important option available to those who would like to avoid placing certain assets or resources into probate.