Trusts, Living Wills, and Durable Power of Attorney

Wills and trusts need to cover a great many contingencies. Our attorneys at the Alliance Law Firm will listen to your objectives and develop an estate plan that meets your requirements. With more than 40 years of experience, our Florida estate planning lawyers can assure that you have the estate planning documents you need in place.

With doctors and medical professionals being restricted from sharing complete medical details with families, having a comprehensive estate plan in place has never been more important. This way, your wishes for medical care, distribution of your estate, and financials can be communicated and honored – even if you are not able to communicate them yourself.

Our Firm views each client on an individual basis. Though many individuals may create similar types of documents, each estate planning document is personalized and customized to meet each client’s wishes and goals. We listen to clients and design a plan that is in their best interests.

Below are just some of the types of documents that we assist in creating:

Last Will and Testament : Does your family know how your property should be divided? Make sure you have a last will and testament that makes your intentions clear to all concerned.

Trusts : Our estate planning law firm can help you determine whether a trust would be in your best interests – whether you need a living trust (revocable trust), an irrevocable trust, a support trust for children, a charitable trust, an insurance trust, or another kind of trust. Our attorneys can provide the specialized advice and documents that are right for you.

Durable Power of Attorney : At some time in the future, if you are unable to make financial or medical decisions for yourself, who will make those decisions? A durable power of attorney can establish responsibility and guidelines.

Health Care Directive, Living Will : At your direction, our estate planning lawyers can help you with a living will and a health care directive (HIPAA compliant) that will guide relatives and health care providers when determining medical decisions.

Business Succession Planning : We are able to help the owners of family-owned or closely held businesses structure a plan that details their intentions for the business in the event of their incapacitation or death.

Contact us to discuss these further at (866) 663-5224 as we also provide assistance and guidance to clients dealing with probate and trust or estate administration issues.