Fort Myers Estate Planning Attorneys
We Make Future Planning Simple
We would all love to be able to predict the future. Until there are some crazy technological advancements, though, the most we can do is try to plan for it. At Dellutri Law Group in Fort Myers, we help our clients plan for their futures by creating comprehensive estate plans – today.
With an estate plan, you can decide how your family should handle your passing, whenever it might be. You can also make important decisions about different responsibilities and medical care that come up in your golden years. For right now, an estate plan is the closest thing we have to a crystal ball, so let’s use it to the best of our abilities!
Call (800) 391-4337 to talk about estate planning with our attorneys today.
Must-Have Estate Planning Documents
An estate plan is comprised of several legal documents or tools that let you and your family plan for the future. Every estate plan is unique because everyone’s future plans are unique, too. Your wishes, the value of your estate, and your medical necessities will determine what needs to go into your estate plan, among other things.
What estate planning tools do you need to make your estate plan work? Let us figure that out for you.
Five estate planning documents that are in nearly every estate plan are:
- Designation of healthcare surrogate: This document allows you to give someone the authority to make important healthcare decisions in your name when you cannot make them yourself. You should name someone who is local, so they are never far if an important decision has to be made in an emergency.
- Power of attorney: With a power of attorney, you can give someone the authority to make nonmedical decisions for you and take over some of your responsibilities. For example, you can use a power of attorney to let a family member manage your financial decisions when you are incapacitated.
- Living will: Planning for the future is not always a fun conversation. A living will decides what lifesaving measures should be taken in a medical emergency and how long to keep you in a vegetative state if needed. We can sit down with you to discuss these important yet uncomfortable choices.
- Last will and testament: After you pass away, a last will and testament can be used to instruct your loved ones about how to manage your estate and assets, such as who will inherit what pieces of your property. With a comprehensive will in place, your family will have an easier time navigating the legal landscape when you are no longer around. If you do not want to make a will for yourself, then make it to benefit your loved ones.
- Revocable trust: Trusts are used to hold your assets and provide them with certain legal protections. To avoid lengthy probate proceedings – the legal process of examining an estate and will – many people place their most important assets in different trusts, like a revocable trust.
Who Should Have an Estate Plan?
Are you supposed to make an estate plan right now if you don’t have one? Yes, in so many words, you should. Estate plans can benefit most people, not just the rich or elderly!
You can benefit from an estate plan if you have:
- Significant assets or savings
- Entered your senior years
- Small business ownership
- Specific medical needs
- Interest in future planning
Estate plans are for just about everyone. With a quick conversation with our team, we know you will see exactly what we mean and how an estate plan can help you, too.
Don’t Do It Yourself, Do It Right – Call Now
When most people try to make an estate plan themselves, they get lost in the paperwork and legalese. Do not let this happen to you. Contact Dellutri Law Group and talk to a trusted team of Fort Myers estate planning lawyers. With us by your side, you will see that planning for the future doesn’t have to be stressful or scary at all. We believe you will find the process quite enjoyable.
Dial (800) 391-4337 to ask for help with an estate plan.
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Our firm is singularly focused on our clients and will stop at nothing to fight for the future that they deserve. Let our attorneys fight for your future next.