Wills and Trusts

Tailoring Your Legal Documents To Your Specific Needs and Requests

It is important to create your estate plan early and to periodically review all of your documents as well as your assets. While it may be unpleasant at times to confront issues of sickness and death when you are still very much enjoying life, this is your chance to make choices about your future and the disposition of your property.

A Will is a valuable and flexible legal document that can carry out your wishes regarding the distribution of your assets after your death. It also dictates who you want to handle your affairs, after you die, and can designate a guardian for minor children as well.

A Living Trust is another valuable estate planning tool and provides a way for you to hold and manage your assets while you are living and competent. It also provides a mechanism for someone to step in and take over the management of your assets on your incapacity. In addition, a Living Trust states how you want your assets distributed at your death. If assets are titled properly, having a Living Trust can avoid the probate process entirely.

Due to the uniqueness of each case, wills and trusts need to be tailored to meet specific needs and circumstances of each client and require the help of experienced estate planning attorneys to achieve desired results.

Southwest Florida Wills and Trusts Attorneys

With nearly 30 years of combined experience as Fort Myers estate planning attorneys, our team of lawyers at Osterhout & McKinney, P.A. has represented hundreds of individuals and their families in a wide range of estate planning matters including wills and trusts.

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If you are seeking legal representation or have questions about our services, please call our office at (239) 939-4888 or contact our firm online.

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