Do you keep current with tax laws? Did you know that in your Florida estate plan it is very important to be aware of any changes in the tax laws and the potential impact they could have on your estate plan? In fact, due to the level of complexity involved, especially in years when the tax code could be changing, it is important to have a strong relationship with an experienced Florida estate planning attorney.
Our law firm focuses on the specific needs of our Florida clients who may need assistance with this type of legal planning. We know our clients look to our firm to guide them, not only in tax law but also the impact of any current legislation on their estate plans. The estate planning part of law is a unique area in many ways. For instance, estate planning attorneys are defined by the clients they serve and their ever changing needs, while most practicing attorneys have practices that are defined within a particular type of law. For estate planning attorneys this can include:
• Comprehensive Florida estate planning
• Durable power of attorney and other important financial legal documents
• Health care planning and end of life care
• State tax law and federal tax law
• Navigating changes that could impact the longevity of estate planning created
We all understand that taxes will change over time. Our firm, however, is prepared to address these changes and ensure your Florida estate plan remains relevant. Determining when to create a tax-centric estate plan, what type of plan to choose, and how to both create a legacy and navigate the estate and gift tax structure can be complicated. Even more so when there is uncertainty in the law. An experienced Florida estate planning attorney can assist you and your loved ones in navigating such issues.
Now is the time to begin putting an estate plan in place or updating an existing one. Planning for the future with an estate plan will help bring you and your loved ones peace of mind. Creating an estate plan sooner rather than later may not only help ensure that the potential tax costs are covered, but it may also protect your life savings from being depleted due to poor or inexperienced planning.
An experienced Florida estate planning attorney uses a variety of legal tools and techniques. Estate planning firms like ours take into consideration many of the key issues that Floridians face: tax changes, financial well-being, health concerns and autonomy, legacy and family protection, and quality of life. For assistance in estate planning matters, please contact our office to set up a meeting time.