A properly prepared Will can avoid uncertainty and legal issues that can burden families after a death. Proper planning can save time, money and unnecessary inconveniences.
Common Questions & Answers
A Power of Attorney, without question, is the single most important legal document to have because it can provide important security and convenience for you and your loved ones right now.
With a Power of Attorney there is no need to frantically try reaching you for a signature on minor paperwork or with the kids as school or the doctor’s office. The Power of Attorney provides the authority and both of you are covered.
A Health Care Surrogate ensures you wishes are clearly stated in the event you are unable to make decisions regarding medical care. This can eliminate loss of valuable time in emergencies.
Another critical question in any probate case is understanding how much it will cost. Like the question, “How Long Will It Take?”, the question, “How Much Will It Cost?” depends on what kinds of issues develop while the case progresses. Florida Law provides the general guidelines that the judge and a probate lawyer will follow, as incorporated in Florida Statute Chapter 733.6171