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  • A will is a legal instrument that dictates where you want your wealth to go after your death. If it is your will, you are known as the Testator. The person you name to make sure your instructions are followed is known in Florida as the Personal Representative. In other states, this role is known as Executor.

    Your will also is the place to name whom you wish to be the legal guardian of your minor child after you are gone. The court's job in naming a guardian for your child is to look out for your child's "best interests." The courts know that you know your child and the people in your child's life better than they ever will, and take your recommendation very seriously.

    The importance of having a will cannot be overestimated. Your will may be as simple, or as complex, as you can imagine. Even if you have a trust-based plan, you still have a will. Allow our attorneys to guide you through the choices you must make to develop a will that meets the needs of your family.

        Revocable Living Trust
        Irrevocable Life Insurance Trust
        Special Needs Trust
        Medicaid Asset Protection Trust
        Qualified Income Trust (Miller Trust)
        IRA Trust
        Preneed Guardian
        Health Care Surrogate
        Durable Power of Attorney
        Will
        Living Will
        Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders
        Charitable Trusts
     

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