Our Estate Planning in Sarasota, FL, Helps You Prepare for the Future
Asset protection, Estate planning, and Probate
Thinking about what could happen to you or your assets may not be pleasant, but it’s a necessary endeavor. Merritt Law, PA is here to help by handling all aspects of both business and individual estate planning in Sarasota, FL. A few consultations with us can ensure your company and other assets are distributed according to your wishes should you pass away or become incapacitated. Check our lawyer’s profile, and you’ll see no shortage of credentials in doing so.
Our attorney also guides clients like you through the process of probate litigation, striving to aid you in avoiding it where possible. These legal areas can be tricky and complex for people who aren’t well-versed in them, and our experienced attorney is more than capable of translating the legalese into understandable terms. You don’t want to be stuck navigating this ever-changing and increasingly complicated landscape on your own, nor do you want to leave it to your grieving family. Call or visit our office for advice on any of the following:
- Trusts, including Revocable Living Trusts, Land Trusts, Irrevocable Trusts, ILIT
- Probate Representation of Personal Representatives, Beneficiaries, and Creditors
- Medicaid Planning is Estate Planning
- Long-Term Care Insurance
- Veterans Benefits
- Wealth Transfers
- Probate and Probate Litigation
We Draft Wills That Hold Up in Court
Creating a will is a step that many people don’t want to consider due to its connotations of finality, but it’s a vital step in the planning process. You always want to have a designated path for your assets and a secure guarantee that your wishes will be followed to the letter. A qualified probate attorney like ours can walk you through the estate planning process from start to finish so that you and your family enjoy peace of mind for the future.
On the flip side, not leaving a will can have disastrous consequences that spring up fast. There may be feuds over who was meant to have what or who was supposed to take over the family business. We work with you to create wills that provide clear and unambiguous instructions and are glad to update them where necessary. Life changes such as birth, death, marriage, divorce, and relocation often make revisions essential, and we’re prepared to ensure this essential document is always up to date.
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