If Your Family Is Everything
To You Then You NEED
An Estate Plan Right Now.

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Estate Planning

When should I plan my estate? The answer is to act now so that you can ensure your wishes are heard when you can no longer make them known.

Guardianship

Whether it is an adult who can no longer manage daily living, a minor who is receiving a settlement that requires a guardianship or a developmentally disabled adult, we are here to help.

Probate

Probate is a process where a decedent's assets are identified, gathered and then distributed to the rightful owners and creditors of the estate are identified. There are several types of probate in Florida.

We Can Help You In Every Stage of Life

Sherri M. Stinson P.A.

Sherri M. Stinson P.A. is a Martindale-Hubbell AV-Preeminent Rated Attorney. This is a peer rating for the highest level of professional excellence. Sherri M. Stinson P.A. was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2004. She received her Juris Doctor from the University of Florida in Gainesville. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.

FAQs

Estate planning might be a frightening prospect. You don’t want to think about it because it forces you to acknowledge your mortality. However, the prospect of passing away without estate planning documents in place is even more terrifying. Without an estate plan, the state will decide how to divide your property and who will care for minor children.
If you die without a will, you die “intestate.” Intestate means that the Florida Statutes define who receives your property. Executing a will ensures that your property goes to the people you want to have it.
Probate is the process of transferring a deceased person’s assets to someone else. The person in charge of administering the estate (called the personal representative) must figure out what the decedent owned and distribute the assets to the persons who are entitled to receive them.

Instead, they ignored the risk and when the unplanned happened, relationships were shattered, assets were lost, and the courts took over… all because a few simple legal documents weren’t prepared in time or done correctly.

If you are forward-thinking, a savvy professional, a retiree, or have a family… you cannot afford to ignore the information you’ll get during your consultation…
you will learn…

If you do not have a plan…

Your FAMILY suffers. Help them now by having a plan that
secures their future if you are unable to care for them.

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