Wills and Trusts
Wills and trusts ensure that proper care will be given to your assets and property when you are incapacitated and unable to manage your own affairs, or after you pass away. Thinking about future problems is a task many people avoid, but the best way to avoid problems and maintain family peace is to plan ahead.
Schweitzer-Ramras & Diaz, P.A.
Even within the category of wills and trusts, there are many options for you to consider. The law firm of Schweitzer-Ramras & Diaz, P.A., has helped many of Florida people make these critical decisions and create valid estate planning documents that lead to peace of mind.
Attorney Madelin Diaz
There is no arguing among family members when you have Attorney Madelin Diaz the lawyer at Schweitzer-Ramras & Diaz, P.A., create wills and trusts that protect your assets and property. Attorney Madelin Diaz will help you create customized wills and trusts documents that take over control if you are ever unable to manage your own affairs due to medical problems, other disabilities, or mental problems in the future. If you are going to have medical procedures or surgery done, you also should create powers of attorney and medical care directives.
South Florida Wills Attorney
When you have our South Florida Wills Attorney create estate planning documents, you gain excellent knowledge about your estate as well as peace of mind knowing the family will not be at odds over the distribution of your assets and property. With a will, your heirs will know that you had the final say about this important family matter. Wills can be simple or complex, depending on the size of your estate, but the main value is control over what you worked a lifetime to accumulate.
Miami Dade County Trusts Attorney
A trust can detail how you want things managed and who you wish to be your estate administrator. Wills generally dictate which of your heirs inherit particular items or assets after you die. Both are helpful for avoiding Probate, where an impartial Judge may appoint strangers to do those jobs instead. Court administrators will have no knowledge about your family or who you want to inherit certain assets or property.
It is simpler all around to plan ahead by having Schweitzer-Ramras & Diaz, P.A., a Miami Dade County Trusts Attorney help you create those legal documents now.
Contact Attorney Madelin Diaz to discuss your personal legal needs today. Call now, at (305) 670-2700.