Last Will and Testament
A Testamentary Will, also referred to as a Last Will and Testament, is an estate planning document which outlines your wishes relating to your property, assets, investments, or other relevant possessions in the event of your passing. Many times the language in a will may differ based upon your family dynamic, such as if you are:
- Married with children
- Married with no children
- Have children with no spouse
- Are single with no children
- or if you will include other family members, charities, business or educational institutions, or other private or public entities
As a law firm providing experienced Last Will and Testament Attorney – Lawyer legal services, assisting Kissimmee, St. Cloud, Osceola and Polk County, St. Cloud, and Osceola County Florida area residents with Last Will and Testament and Estate Planning legal issues, we are committed to protecting the legal rights of each and every client, while always striving to provide the highest standard of legal representation. Contact Kathy D. Sheive Attorney at Law by calling 407-944-4010 or by using our online submission form.
In the State of Florida, when an individual passes away, the deceased is automatically considered to have an estate plan in the form of existing estate plan documents or by rulings made by the court regarding your property and assets. In cases where a Last Will and Testament does not exist The Florida Intestacy Statute is used by the court to determine how your property and assets will be distributed, and to whom.
Having a Testamentary Will is an important tool for any family, regardless of the size of their estate. It provides the ability to make sure your family and loved ones are made fully aware of your wishes regarding your property, assets, and other relevant issues which otherwise would only add to the hardship of your passing.
If you have questions, concerns, or legal needs regarding Last Will and Testament and Estate Planning issues, we urge you to seek the legal advice of an experienced Kissimmee, St. Cloud, Osceola and Polk County Last Will and Testament attorney – lawyer at Kathy D. Sheive Attorney at Law by calling 407-944-4010 to schedule a confidential legal consultation.
Last Will and Testaments may be a Simple Will, or a Complex Will, depending upon the issues involved with your estate.
A Simple Will gives you the tools for identifying heirs, distributing property, creating trusts, choosing a guardian, trustees and personal or administrative representatives regarding your estate, children, other family members, or entities of your choosing.
A Complex Will addresses the same issues as a simple will, but in a more complex and detailed manner. Complex wills often address various factors such as multiple properties or land ownership, investment portfolios, estate tax planning, administration or creation of one or more trusts, retirement accounts, business interests, life insurance policies, and a number of other issues.
Complex wills are not only for those with large estates, as even the smallest estate may deal with complex issues.
If you require professional legal services regarding Last Will and Testament and Estate Planning issues, be proactive in protecting your legal rights by seeking the legal advice of an experienced Kissimmee, St. Cloud, Osceola and Polk County Last Will and Testament attorney – lawyer. Contact Kathy D. Sheive Attorney at Law by calling 407-944-4010 or by using our online submission form.