Probate & Wills

Skilled Legal Guidance For Wills And Probate

It is never too early to begin planning for your family’s future. Using wills and other estate planning tools can help ensure that your wishes will be honored. Having a will in place now can also ensure that the probate process is carried out as smoothly as possible for your family members, clearing up any questions about how your assets are to be distributed.

At Parchment Law, P.A., our attorney can help with the creation of a will or help you through the probate process if you have lost a loved one. Regardless of your needs, we are here for you, providing you with a steady hand throughout the process. Allow us to address your legal needs so you can focus on the other important aspects of your life.

Using A Will To Plan For Every Stage Of Your Life

Most people understand that a will is a document that names the people who will receive your assets after you have passed on. However, a comprehensive will and estate plan can address so many other essential things. A will also enables you to name a trusted guardian for your children and name a trusted person who can serve as your personal representative, who will ensure that your wishes are carried out as you see fit. Other estate planning documents can also help address your medical and financial wishes should you ever be in a position where you are unable to speak for yourself.

It is crucial to think of a will and other estate planning documents as something that can evolve. If you marry, divorce, remarry or have children anytime after you have created a will, it is worth your time to update the terms and to ensure that your documents reflect your current situation and wishes. Our lawyer can help you with any revisions at any time.

Help With The Probate Process

Most estates in Florida will have to pass through probate. This is the legal process by which an estate’s assets are distributed to beneficiaries, and any tax implications are addressed. This process can be complicated, especially for most personal representatives who may not have a legal background. Having an attorney by your side to help guide you through this process can help ensure a smooth transition without the risk of unnecessary delays or complications.

Contact Us For Help With Your Estate Planning Needs

Whether you need help with a will, are facing the probate process, or are administering an estate for a loved one who passed away without an estate plan, we are here to help. Call our law office in Hollywood, Florida, at (305) 722-3446. You may also contact us online.