Lake County Florida Estate Planning Attorney

BCN attorneys are very knowledgeable Lake County Florida  Estate Planning Attorney. With all the complexities of Florida Probate law make sure to schedule your free consultation with our Lake County Lawyers today

 

Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning In Lake County Florida

The BCN Law firm Attorneys in Lake, Sumter and Orange county are available to render their expertise in the arena of Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning so that the proper disposition of assets is rendered to protect you and your loved ones. This area of law is called Probate and we have helped many of our clients in Clermont, Leesburg and all of Central Florida to properly protect their descendants from being denied their rightful inheritance. Many people think estate planning is necessary only for those with sizable assets. However, even small estates require smart planning to protect loved ones. By calling our Lake County Florida  Estate Planning Attorney you can schedule a free consultation at 855-LAW-2020 today.
 

Wealth protection

Under Florida law you are entitled to many homestead property exemptions. One being that your homestead property is exempt from the claims of most creditors. Understand that this does not apply to any federal issues like Internal revenue Service disputes. Our Clermont Probate and Estate attorneys can help you with the complexities of these laws.
 

Other Probate and Estate issues

There are many other issues when dealing with Lake County Florida Wills, Trusts and Estate planning, like wealth protection. You work hard all your life and your guiding principle is to provide for your heirs. Make sure that your plan is in place to give your loved ones the results of your hard work. You should minimize your estate tax burden and our Estate Planning Attorneys in Lake County Florida can advise you on the best ways to protect yourself. Some of these included are:

  • Life insurance funds, where life insurance proceeds are kept out the taxable estate and invested for the good of the beneficiaries. You keep more of your money with a proper plan.
  • Family Trusts, which protect the decedent’s assets [from creditors and estate tax] for your heirs.
  • Grantor Retained Annuity Trusts. Again, keep more of what you worked hard for.

 

Florida wills

A Florida will is an instrument, executed by a person in the manner prescribed by Florida law, which disposes of the person’s property on or after his or her death and includes a provision which merely appoints a personal representative or revokes or revises another will. Call our Wills, Trusts and Estate planning Attorneys in Lake County today for a free consultation regarding your Florida will today.
 

Florida Trusts

Make sure when setting up your trust that you have the expertise of knowledgeable legal experts advising you. We can help you with different trusts including Life Insurance Trusts, Family Trusts, Grantor Retained Annuity Trusts, and Living Trusts. We have helped our clients establish trusts that will minimize estate or gift taxes ensuring that your assets are protected for your heirs.

Power of Attorney

A durable financial power of attorney is a document that grants authority by a person to another person to handle his or her financial affairs. Some of the areas that are covered include:

Real property; tangible personal property; insurance and annuities; stocks and bonds; commodities and options; operation of entity or business; estates, trusts, and other beneficial interests; banks and other financial institutions; claims and litigation; personal and family maintenance; retirement plans; and taxes; benefits from governmental programs or civil or military service. 

Lake County Florida Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning Attorneys

As the Premier Lake County Florida  Estate Planning Attorney, Boyette, Cummins and Nailos stand ready to assist you with your Wills, Trusts and Estate planning needs. Call for a free consultation at 855-LAW-2020.

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State of Florida Wills, Trust and Estate pamphlet

 

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Lake County Florida Estate Planning Attorney