Wills and Trusts
Through a will, individuals identify the beneficiaries and preferred uses of the assets in their estates. When an individual dies without leaving behind a valid will, what happens to that person’s estate is determined by state law.
In connection with careful estate planning, a well-designed will and trust plan can not only channel your estate to go to the people and purposes you want it to, but also do so in a way that reduces taxes and thus maximizes what they receive.
Many complexities can be found in this area of the law, but the King Firm PA will work with you carefully to identify your objectives, to explain your wide range of options, and to craft a customized plan to accomplish your intentions.
We have experience working with central Florida individuals, companies and families, and have helped them with planning and realizing arrangements ranging from living trusts (which can help avoid the expense and delay of the probate process) to testamentary trusts, in addition to any other instruments — such as living directives, powers of attorney, and designations of health surrogates — that clients may require. We can also advise on administering trusts, dealing with related real estate issues, and structuring your assets to maintain eligibility for health benefits programs.
Whether you are planning for your family’s future security or would like help dealing with estates or trusts involving yourself or family members, get the assistance you need. Call for a free consultation with the skilled, experienced, helpful central Florida attorneys at the King Firm PA.