Wills and Probate
Plan and Protect Your Future
Working with an experienced Wills and Probate attorney is essential. Whether you are planning for the future by creating a Will or going through the probate process for a recently deceased friend or family member. Thorough planning includes a Last Will, a Living Will, a designation of a health care surrogate, and a Power of Attorney at a minimum. Parents of minor children will also need a Pre-Need Guardianship. The attorneys at Mario Gunde Peters & Kelley have the comprehensive knowledge and compassion needed to assist you in this area.
Call us for a free consultation to review your planning documents or to start planning. Same-day appointments are available.
Dealing With Estate After A Death
5 steps to consider
- Who will be the estate representative
- Estate rep. gathers details to fulfill duties
- Confirm heirs and beneficiaries
- Identify and inventory the decedent’s property
- Figure out the best transfer process for assets
Florida Power Of Attorney
The Complete Guide
The Florida power of attorney (or POA) allows you to designate an agent who can legally act on your behalf. Although a POA is primarily used to address financial matters, your agent can also make important health care decisions for you.