Fort Lauderdale Estate Planning Lawyer

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It is never too late – or too early – to begin the estate planning process. In South Florida, the trusted team at All Florida Real Estate Lawyers will explain all of your estate planning options and answer all of your questions. No one knows what tomorrow will bring, so effective estate planning can leave no room for error. An effective and comprehensive estate plan protects your assets, ensures that your wishes and instructions will be honored, and that your legacy will be preserved.

Our Fort Lauderdale estate planning attorneys have more than a decade of experience planning estates for clients in the South Florida region. With the right attorney’s help, you can create an estate plan that reduces or eliminates your probatable assets.

If you are an executor or beneficiary of an estate, we can guide you. We partner with clients who want to preserve what they have accumulated, provide for their loved ones, and preserve their legacies.

Components Of An Estate Plan

Estate planning will save you and your family a lot of time, commitment, and money in the future. Wills, trusts, and Medicaid arrangements are tools you and your compassionate attorney in Fort Lauderdale can use in creating an estate plan that can assist you and your family with your future needs. It’s hard to overstate just how inconvenient dealing with legal documents, court hearings, and probate can be for your family when you pass away. As they are grieving, they may struggle with juggling all the aspects a death brings including sorting out any assets you have left behind. If you don’t have a proper will or trust put in place to make life smoother for your family and loved ones, things can get complicated for them.

An estate plan ensures that your family is not burdened by the technical aspects of your death. If you are still alive and well, an estate plan can provide you and your family with many advantages. A living trust may be established to aid in the transfer of certain properties or goods, as well as to name beneficiaries for the individual who established the trust. When it comes to distributing assets, having all of those assets in a living trust simplifies the entire process. An accomplished estate planning attorney will take into account all of your desires to craft the right estate plan for you.

We Are Committed To Providing Outstanding Client Service

We have built a reputation for legal excellence and exceptional client service. Throughout Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade counties, All Florida Real Estate Lawyers is:

Respected: Fort Lauderdale estate planning attorney Marc Brown has earned an AV. Preeminent’. Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubbell. – an honor given by attorneys who are familiar with his work.

Helpful: Our law firm is committed to ensuring that you understand the full scope of your legal options. We provide sound legal advice and keep the lines of communication open from your first consultation until your legal matter is resolved.

Dedicated: Our team is dedicated to protecting your long-term interests. Whether you need to develop an estate plan, buy or sell a home, or file for bankruptcy, our work isn’t done until you are fully satisfied and your legal matter is fully resolved.

Don’t Wait To Contact All Florida Real Estate Lawyers

We believe that everyone deserves clear and reliable guidance regarding estate planning, probate, real estate transactions, foreclosures, and bankruptcies. If you are a homeowner or a business owner in South Florida, or if your loved ones rely on you, arrange to meet with us to prepare an estate plan. Every adult with assets, properties, or loved ones needs to have an estate plan in place.

Our law offices are located in Fort Lauderdale at 6400 North Andrews Avenue, Suite 510. We are 20 minutes from the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL). Our North Andrews’ office is less than 5 miles from Bay View Park and 8 miles from the NSU Art Museum. We are proud to be local and dedicated to our community.

We want to help you plan your estate. Your first legal consultation with the All Florida Real Estate Lawyers is offered at no cost or obligation. Call us now to schedule an appointment.