Central Florida Estate Planning Attorney

A Central Florida Estate Planning Attorney understands applicable state and federal laws to any given case and guide clients on setting their affairs in order. As appropriate, they help prepare clients for eventual health challenges and end of life scenarios. The lawyer does this because they have had years of mentoring and continuing legal education. It is important to work with an attorney who has years of estate planning experience. Wade Boyette has had years of experience and always offers an initial free consultation*. Call us today at 855-LAW-2020. We want to answer your questions. We are here to help.

What You Should Expect

Estate planning is not the same for everyone. The individual cases are all unique, so it’s critical to hire an estate planning lawyer with an excellent track record. One who has the knowledge to help you with all types of family and financial scenarios. You should feel comfortable at all times sharing your life’s details with your attorney. Working as a team will help ensure that your time with them does not fall short and will achieve your desired goals.

Your Central Florida estate planning attorney should also be well trained in the current laws of Florida and Lake County regarding probate, Last Will and Testaments, and trusts. BCN attorneys fully understand existing law and monitor any additions or changes to future laws. We do this to work with you to keep your trust intact and valid. We will work with you to make sure your goals are defined, protected, and fulfilled.

What About Generic Store-bought Forms? Software?

Many people are lured into buying software or downloading estate planning forms off the internet. This quick and cheap option may seem good now but could cost you or your beneficiaries much more down the road. Most of these generic forms might cover a few basics, but they are not going to include particular life circumstances or goals. Because of the static, one-size-fits-all nature of these forms, people may fill them out and file them away thinking they are covered. Unfortunately some might find out later that, in fact, their documents are legally questionable or not comprehensive enough to protect the Will, estate plan, and beneficiaries.  Plus, estate planning laws vary from state to state. It is important to consult experienced legal counsel and in Florida, BCN has you covered.

Our attorneys have spent years studying and made the professional investment to ensure the maximum benefit and protection when needed. Through continuing education and seminars, our attorneys stay informed on the latest changes to existing laws or any addition of new laws. Most importantly, we care about our clients and are committed to ensuring that end of life issues are handled with the care and compassion you deserve. Call us today at 855-LAW-2020 and take advantage of your initial free consultation*.

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