Tallahassee Estate Planning Lawyers

Estate PlanningAlthough it may be difficult to face thoughts of your own mortality, it's important to remember that the family and friends whom you love stand to benefit from your advanced planning. By working with us at Viera Williams, P.A., to create a comprehensive estate plan, you can find peace of mind knowing that your family is protected should anything happen to you.

A Few Minutes Spent Planning Can Protect Your Life's Work

For many people, especially those just starting out in their careers or who are busy building a family, tomorrow may seem a lifetime away. The truth is, the most unthinkable things can befall you at any time. As attorneys with more than 45 years of combined experience, we've witnessed it firsthand the emotional and financial turmoil that can befall a family whose loved ones passed without a will.

No matter where you are in your life, we can review your current situation, listen as you share your goals for the future and develop an estate plan tailored to you. Some options we will discuss with you may include:

  • Wills and trusts
  • Power of attorney
  • Advance directives such as a living will, health care surrogate or pre-need guardian
  • Beneficiary designations
  • Estate planning or succession planning for your business

More than just a means for specifying your final wishes, an intelligent estate plan looks to protect your family years into the future. As your lawyers, we can share our insights and experiences with you to give you perspective on what to consider, clarify your wishes and untangle any potential problems.

Estate Planning: When You Have People You Love, It's The Responsible Thing To Do

If not for your own peace of mind, consider speaking with us about an estate plan for the sake of your family. We offer no obligation consultations where you can ask questions and voice concerns.

Speak with an attorney at our Tallahassee, Florida, law office by calling 850-270-0695 or 888-390-0172. You can also reach us via our online contact form.