Renee Nesbit, Attorney At Law
People think that they don't need an estate plan if they have no assets, but estate plans also include financial Powers of Attorney, Living Wills (Medical Care Directives), and Wills include guardianship provisions for your small children. Everyone needs an estate plan. Wills are instructions to the Probate Court. Wills tells the Probate Court who has the authority to handle your estate. Wills tells the Probate Court who are your heirs. Wills tells the Probate Court who should be the guardian of your minor children. If you have more assets, you may need additional planning to cover the transfer of your assets after you have passed on. Maybe you need a trust to handle assets for young children or those who are not able to handle their finances properly. Trusts can also help your loved ones avoid the probate process. Those with larger estates, such as owners of privately held businesses, may need assistance with wealth defense, estate tax planning, and probate avoidance. My approach is practical and focuses on your personal needs. We can provide the proper method of estate planning from a simple will to a complex irrevocable trust, tailored to each client's specific needs and desires.
With or without a will, the settling of an estate always benefits from the counsel of a skilled lawyer. When you need competent probate administration, call Renee E. Nesbit. My trusted probate law practice has assisted numerous clients over the years all over the State of Florida. My skill, insight, and experience have established me as a preferred lawyer for the resolution of estate settlements.