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An Estate Plan To Protect Your Family’s Future

Your legacy is important — and one of the best gifts that you can give your family is an estate plan that is clear, concise and well-documented. At the law offices of Daniel W. Uhlfelder, P.A., in Santa Rosa Beach, we provide clients throughout northwestern Florida with sound estate planning legal advice so that their wishes and property distribution do not create unnecessary burdens for their loved ones.

Whether your needs range from the simple to the complex, our estate planning lawyer has the knowledge and experience to provide you with whatever estate planning and probate needs arise.

Contact our offices for a comprehensive review of your estate plan. You can speak to us on the phone by calling 850-909-2225, or feel free to send us an email through our contact form. Initial consultations are free.

A Plan For Your Estate Is A Gift That Lives On

Losing a loved one is always difficult. One of the best things we can do to support our loved ones after their loss is to make sure there’s a path for them to follow. This should answer questions they have both before and after you pass, such as what to do if you are unable to care for yourself, what to do with your home, how to instruct your doctors about your care and how to manage your assets after you pass.

Our Santa Rosa Beach estate planning attorney is available to provide guidance to individuals and families with a variety of legal needs, including:

The key here is to choose what documents and plans you need wisely. For instance, a will serves a different purpose than a trust. You may have small children who need a care plan; a will can accommodate this. You may have a business, house or investments that would benefit from the tax protections a trust offers. Attorney Uhlfelder will sit down with you, discuss the details of your estate and help identify a personalized plan that protects your assets and your loved ones.

Finding Solutions For Estate Planning Clients Facing Complex Real Estate Concerns

The Florida Panhandle is a popular destination for people from other states to buy vacation homes and investment properties. If you are in such a situation, planning your estate can become considerably more complex. You may be worried about correctly accounting for the property, especially if you are one of multiple co-owners. You might also be concerned about how to factor the additional real estate into your asset protection strategies and what it will mean for tax and capital gains liabilities. You may have heard that out-of-state property necessitates ancillary probate proceedings, which can place additional burdens on your estate executor.

Owning a vacation home or investment property does add complexity, but nothing that attorney Daniel W. Uhlfelder cannot help you address. He has over 25 years of legal experience in real estate law as well as estate planning. He also has a strong litigation background, meaning he is ready for whatever services or representation you require. Working with Mr. Uhlfelder can help you wrap up any loose ends and give you peace of mind about your estate.

Here To Help When It Is Time To Administer An Estate

All estates go through the probate process, but that process looks very different for those with an estate plan than it does for those without. If you are the executor of an estate, you should be very careful to administer it correctly, not only because you want to do right by your deceased loved one, but also because there are serious legal ramifications for mismanagement.

Committed To You And Your Family

We take our commitment to you seriously. Whether we handle a complex estate plan or a simple will, we pride ourselves on our dedication to meeting your unique needs and exceeding your expectations. Our goal is always to ensure that your estate planning needs are handled in a timely and cost-effective manner. You may call our office at 850-909-2225 or send us an email to discuss your legal matter today.