Create Or Update A Tailormade Estate Plan
Estate planning is important for adults of any age, but retirees are especially cognizant of this fact. Without a legally signed, customized will or other key documents, family members and health care providers can face many difficulties in caring for you or your estate when these things become necessary.
From our law office in West Palm Beach, we have had the honor and privilege of guiding several generations of clients through estate planning, probate and estate administration. Clients of Glickman & Witters, P.A., have included individuals, couples and complete families. Some have resettled in our region of Florida from other states. Others have lived out of state and needed to take care of their elders’ estates in Florida.
Regardless of your age, location or goals in estate planning or probate, our experienced lawyers are ready to customize services to meet your needs.
Covering A Full Range Of Estate-Related Services
Since 1977, we have offered estate-related legal products and services, including the following:
- Powers of attorney
- Health care directives
- Probate administration
- Trust administration
Many people tell us, “We already have wills and trusts in place,” but when we review them, we discover ways in which existing documents have become obsolete. Our lawyers encourage clients to be proactive and go over their estate plans with us every five to 10 years or anytime they experience a life change, such as:
- After moving to Florida from elsewhere
- After getting married or divorced
- After births or deaths in the family
- After starting a business or entering new investment ventures
No matter where you are in your life’s journey, we are confident that we have valuable insights to share. Together with you and your spouse, if applicable, we will point out ways in which you can enhance your estate plan or probate responsibilities. Careful planning truly does pay off when it comes to estates and health care planning.
Administering An Estate; Addressing Disputes
Have you been named as the personal representative (executor) of a loved one’s estate? Or are you a creditor or expectant beneficiary or heir with legal questions? We can help you fulfill your obligations while protecting yourself from claims of breach of your fiduciary duties.
If appropriate, we can help you resolve disputes, such as:
- Defending a will
- Bringing a will contest
- Defending yourself in an estate-related dispute
- Initiating any type of estate litigation
Turn to Glickman & Witters, P.A., for reassurance through any facet of estate administration.