Estate planning to protect hard-earned wealth and beloved family members is one of the most important endeavors that people commonly delay or neglect. When a family member passes away, responsibilities associated with settling the estate can be overwhelming. Many families face important legal and practical concerns as a child with special needs approaches 18 or another family member becomes incapable of managing his or her own affairs.
Knowledge Across The Spectrum Of Estate Planning, Estate Settlements, Guardianships And Related Concerns
At Fischer & Feldman, P.A., in Hollywood, Florida, all of these vital concerns and initiatives are familiar territory for our team of attorneys. We bring together strengths in areas ranging from drafting of basic wills to comprehensive, trust-based estate and disability planning, and from representation in guardianship proceedings to protection of clients’ interests when inheritance disputes arise.
You can turn to the lawyers at our firm in Broward County with confidence for:
- Thorough assessment of your estate planning needs and opportunities leading to the development of wills and trusts, powers of attorney, living wills, and other essential documents tailored to reflect your unique goals and family dynamics
- Engaged, effective representation every step of the way through Florida probate and estate administration processes — backed by a proven ability to favorably resolve sensitive inheritance disputes within families and shield administrators from personal liability
- Compassionate, knowledgeable and efficient assistance obtaining a guardianship for a special-needs child coming of age or an elderly family member who can no longer deal effectively with complex medical and financial decisions
We work with family business owners, professionals, executives, retirees and their families to implement and maintain complete estate plans aligned with their goals. These plans integrate tax planning strategies, business succession needs and much more. Many family law clients take advantage of our insight into estate planning changes necessary after divorce.
To speak with a personable, knowledgeable attorney about any estate law concern or your need for a guardianship, simply call 954-927-4097 or reach out to us via email.