A Will is one of the key mechanisms for ensuring that your wishes are honored after your death and for protecting and providing for those you love and cherish. If you die intestate, that is, without a Will, the government will step in and take control of your assets, minor children or other dependents. Dying without a Will in place can create chaos for loved ones left behind and drain tremendous value from your estate.

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Revocable Living Trusts are essential documents for protecting families and loved ones during times of crisis. Protecting one’s assets under a Trust will guarantee that beneficiaries are correctly identified, and provide for smooth transitions of assets and prevent unnecessary interference and control by the court system in the event of incapacity or death.

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Estate Planning

When it comes to providing for your family in the event of death or disability, it doesn’t matter what your net worth is — it’s essential to have a plan prepared and in place long before an emergency arises. “Estate” refers to everything you own: your home, automobile, checking and savings accounts, investments, life insurance policies, other real estate and even furniture, jewelry and other personal property.

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Scarlett Guy

Attorney Scarlett Guy

Attorney Scarlett Guy has been practicing law in southwest Florida for ten years. Her law practice focuses on estate planning and helping individuals and families protect their assets and loved ones through wills, trusts and proper planning for estate transitions, as well as with probate matters. Read more…