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The Experienced Orlando Estate Planning Attorney

To ensure your wishes are carried out when you die our firm is here for you and your family. Unfortunately, too many people put off estate planning because they think they don’t own enough or it’s too difficult of a process. As an experienced Orlando Planning Attorney we can help you make a plan in advance that includes instructions for passing along your valuables, directives for care should you become disabled before you die, guidelines for your inheritance, life insurance provisions, real estate management and the allocation of resources to pay debts or taxes. Our experience ensures that your property will be protected and distributed appropriately after your death.

We Help Protect Your Assets

As an expert in planning Orlando Wills we can help you create your will, a legally binding document that outlines your asset protection and possessions that will be distributed after your death. A will is arguably the most important document you can leave behind for family members. As your Orlando Estate Planning Attorney, we will help you create a will to designate a power of attorney for distributing your assets and managing estate settlement. Carried out through an Orlando probate, you will have peace of mind knowing your family has clear directions on carrying out your wishes in the event of your death.

Start Planning Your Estate Today

Unlike a last will that takes effect after you die, Orlando Trusts created by estate attorneys are effective immediately. A trust is equally important in estate planning because it serves as a legally binding agreement that can begin to distribute your wealth and assets while you are still alive. We are Orlando Estate Planning Attorneys who are on your side. At Voight, P.A., we believe that every client deserves open communication, a fair assessment of their legal disputes and an advocate in and out of the courtroom. Call us today for a consultation.

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