Florida Wills and Trusts: What You Need To Know
Florida wills and trusts are something that no one wants to think about, but understanding what your options are is one of the most important things that you can do for yourself and for your family. Your children, spouse, family, friends and even the charities you wish to honor will be grateful that you took that time to plan out your last will and testament rather than leaving these decisions to a court of law.
An Attorney Provides You Aid for Florida Wills and Trusts
Our Orlando lawyers will provide you with the guidance you need through the probate process. We also have the experience necessary to put in place a well planned out trust and will that will better ensure your particular goals are realized.
To get you started in the process of creating these documents it is very important for you to take into consideration the following questions.
- Is your last will and testament up to date to include the latest changes in your life? Circumstances such as divorces, the birth of a child, new charities and new property need to be planned for even after your initial will is put in place. If you have not taken the time to update your will, now is the best time to do so.
- Do you need a special needs trust? A special needs trust is designed to provide for someone in your family that is unable to provide for themselves, such as a child that is handicapped. You can structure this type of trust to protect your loved one no matter what occurs to you.
Our Orlando lawyers can help you to prepare for the wills and trusts that you need. Take the time to determine what goals you have. Creating these types of documents can be complex. However, these pages can help you:
- Simple wills
- Florida wills and trusts and guardianships
- Durable power of attorney
- Living will
- Living trusts
Still not sure you have your questions answered. Let an experienced attorney at Olsen Law Group give you some free advice on Florida wills and trusts today.