Your last will and testament gives you the final say in who will receive your assets when you die.
If you don’t have one set up at the time of your death, the decision will be up to the state. If you have minor children in your care, the stakes become much higher as the state will be the one to decide their future.
At Martinez Law, our attorneys believe intensely in your right to decide where your assets will go and how your family will be cared for in the event of your death. We will help you set up a will that expressly outlines your final wishes and avoids the mistakes and pitfalls that can arise in Florida Laws, causing unnecessary strife and conflict to grieving families.
We will work hand-in-hand with you, uncomplicating an inherently difficult process so you can clearly see your path forward, and enjoy the knowledge that your legacy is secured.
What is a will?
A will is a legal document in the event of your death that explicitly carries instructions and your final wishes. Developing a will in the state of Florida can be a tricky process, and there are limitations as to what a will can and cannot do. The attorneys at Martinez Law are here to guide you through this process with clarity of understanding and peace of mind. Contact us today to schedule your initial consultation.