What is Estate Planning?
Estate planning is the process of planning for the distribution of your property upon your death. Estate planning eliminates uncertainties over the distribution of your assets to your creditors and beneficiaries when you die, and to maximize the value of the estate by reducing administrative fees and costs. In various estate planning documents, guardians are often designated for minor children and trusts may be established for certain beneficiaries.
The attorneys and team at The Miller Elder Law Firm have experience with the estate planning process, the documents that are required, and how to preserve your wishes within those documents to give you peace of mind that your assets and family will be taken care of after your passing.
We advise you to contact us to plan for beneficiaries who have special needs. Since individuals with disabilities or special needs are given government support, they are at risk of losing that governmental support when they receive certain assets. This is a disqualification process that can be avoided. We utilize special needs planning.
“When somebody comes to us for estate planning, we want to give them the peace of mind that when they pass, or if something happens during their lifetime, they have the planning in place to make sure that everything is taken care of.”
“When somebody comes to us for estate planning, we want to give them the peace of mind that when they pass or if something happens during their lifetime, they have the planning in place to make sure that everything is taken care of.”
Allow our experience in the field to work on your behalf. Contact The Miller Elder Law Firm today for an initial consultation at (352) 379-1900 or fill out our convenient contact form.
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