Estate Planning | Where there is a Will, there is an Estate Plan

Estate Planning | “Where there is a will, there is a way”, they say, but where there is a will, a good estate plan is also necessary. An estate plan is a plan to make sure that a person’s property is divided among their inheritors in a peaceful manner, according to their wishes and with minimal loss due to taxes and legal fees. In order for all of that to happen, the services of a good lawyer are required. Mortellaro & Sinadinos, an estate planning service in Tampa, FL, can deliver all that with an estate plan customized for the clients and catering to their unique needs.

Given below are a few qualities that make up a good estate plan:

A Reliable Will: The client can decide and ask for legal advice from the lawyer where needed.

Customized Estate Plan: A good estate plan is customized according to the client’s need.

Elder Law: An estate plan should cover the aspects of elder law as well. This includes medical and financial issues that would require management in the future. A good estate plan includes help with choosing a power of attorney.

VA Benefits: These are benefits reserved for widows that many people do not even know about.

Records and Documents: All the important documents including wills, banks account details, retirement plans and trusts need to be stored properly in a way that the executioner has easy access to them.

Mortellaro Law in Tampa, FL, can provide all the above requirements for an efficient estate planning process and offer suitable and personalized estate plans for their customers.

We have an in-depth knowledge of Florida estate law. Don’t wait! We can assist you with all of your estate planning legal needs. Call to schedule an appointment with one of the lawyers in our Tampa office at 813-367-1500 or send us your questions online.

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