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Estate Planning Attorneys in Putnam County

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Planning Out EstatesDealing with matters of estate planning can be an uncomfortable proposition, but it is also an extremely important one. Knowing that you have a plan in place when you pass away, or if you become incapacitated, can offer great peace of mind to both you and your loved ones. At Hedstrom and Harris, our Putnam County estate planning lawyers have everything you need to ensure that you do not have to worry about what will happen to your assets or to those under your care when you are gone. We are experienced in helping people just like you to maximize the amount that their families receive.

Why Call Our Estate Planning Lawyers?

  • Free Consultations
  • Relationship-Based Legal Representation
  • Strong Work Ethic & a Proven Track Record
  • Genuine, Experienced & Compassionate Counsel

Contact our Putnam County estate planning attorney today to discuss your case with one of our qualified attorneys. We can be reached at (386) 200-6547.

Estate Planning Basics

Estate planning puts you in control of your asset management. Absolutely everyone can benefit from having an estate plan in place, regardless of age, income, or health. There are several ways that you can prepare for the distribution of your assets.

Our firm can help you handle a wide variety of matters relating to estate planning, trusts, and probate, including:

  • Establishing asset ownership
  • Designating beneficiaries of particular assets
  • Covering debts with various types of insurance
  • Creating a last will and testament
  • Obtaining a living will
  • Creating a living trust
  • Designating a power of attorney
  • Designating a health care power of attorney
  • Creating a statement of desires
  • Providing representation in probate court

What Happens to Your Estate If You Die Without a Will in Florida?

In Florida, if someone passes away without leaving a will for the distribution of their assets, the state will distribute all assets according to Florida's Intestate Succession laws. In general this means that your assets will pass to your immediate family first (spouse and/or children). If you have no surviving spouse or children, your assets will then pass to parents or siblings (including half-relatives). On the rare occasion where an individual dies and leaves behind no family, their property will be taken by the state.

If you want to control who gets your assets when you die, it's important that you establish a will that specifies how your estate should be distributed. We can help you through the process and offer kind counsel and guidance to help you ensure your estate is in good hands.

Let Hedstrom and Harris Help You Evaluate Your Options

The various forms of estate planning can leave people confused. Because of this, many people put it off until it’s too late. Our experienced estate planning attorneys in Putnam County can help you get started today. Let us work on your behalf to ensure the best management of your assets for the greatest well-being of your loved ones.

We are here to help provide peace of mind for you and your loved ones. To find out what estate plan may be right for your needs, call us at (386) 200-6547 or contact us online.

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