Holiday Estate Planning Lawyers
Messina Law Group is a leading provider of estate planning services in Holiday, Florida. When you need legal counsel that you can depend on, reach out to our skilled, experienced Holiday attorneys.
Estate Planning Holiday, Florida
No matter your estate’s complexity or your family’s size, estate planning is an essential step in everyone’s life. Without a complete, detailed estate plan, the decision of how to distribute your hard-earned assets (and even how to grant custody of your children) will be left to the courts.
You can avoid estate complications with the help of our Holiday estate planning attorneys. We’re experienced in guiding families through the critical choices of managing assets and carrying out their wishes after they’ve passed.
With the help of our estate planning attorneys in Holiday, you can:
- Protect your assets
- Effectively plan for incapacity or disease
- Take care of your beneficiaries
- Reduce gift, income, and estate taxes
- Plan for long-term and medical care
- Prevent probate
Our Range of Holiday Estate Planning Services
At Messina Law Group, we offer a comprehensive range of estate planning services in Holiday to ensure that your assets are distributed as you wish. These include:
A will allows you to determine who will receive your assets after your passing.
- Lady Bird Deeds
Lady Bird Deeds allow you to transfer real property economically and avoid probate after your passing. Learn more about this Holiday estate planning option with the team at Messina Law Group.
With a trust, you can designate an individual to hold and manage your asset for a predetermined time, until the beneficiary is ready to take it on.
- Power of Attorney
Power of attorney, or POA, allows you to designate an individual to make decisions on your behalf if you become incapacitated or unable to make decisions.
- Living Will
A living will allow you to designate end-of-life care and life-prolonging steps. It doesn’t involve your estate, finances, or property.
- Healthcare Surrogate
With a healthcare surrogate, you can designate an individual to make medical decisions on your behalf if you become incapacitated.
No matter your estate planning needs, our Holiday attorneys are here to help. Reach out to us today to request a consultation.