We represent clients in Cape Coral, Florida.
Probate and Estate Planning
Are you concerned about what will happen to your loved ones and assets after you pass away? Devising an estate plan with the help of an experienced Cape Coral probate attorney may ensure that your loved ones and estate are properly cared for after you perish. Estate plans consist of many important documents, such as a will, health care advance directives, a living will, and powers of attorney. Without an estate plan, your assets and properties may be given to people who you did not wish to receive such items, and your financial/medical wishes may be ignored if you become incapacitated.
Wills allow a person to state which of their assets will go to whom after they pass away, as well as elect an executor to manage their estate, and designate a guardian for minor children. Powers of attorney and health care advance directives state a person’s wishes in regards to medical and/or financial decisions, and allow a person to choose an agent to make said choices on their behalf. A living will involves a person’s choices regarding life-sustaining treatment options in the event that they have a life-threatening illness or injury, and cannot voice certain medical opinions. To create an estate plan, please contact the Cape Coral probate attorney at Lindsay & Allen.
Learn More About Cape Coral, FL
As of 2010, Cape Coral was the 11th largest city in Florida in terms of its population. More than 60% of the population was between the ages of 15-64, and the residents under the age of 25 outnumbered residents over 65 years old. According to the 2010 census, there were 78,948 households, and out of those homes, 23% were unoccupied. In 2000, 29.5% of households had children under the age of 18 living with them, 61.2% were married cohabiting couples, 9.3% had a female householder with no husband present, and 25.9% were non-families. The average household size was 2.49, and the average family size was 2.85. The median income in 2000 for a household in the city was #43,410, and the median income for a family was $47,503. People from all types of backgrounds may benefit from an estate plan or may find themselves in a position of dealing with probate.
Hire a Cape Coral Probate Attorney Today
Our probate attorney at Lindsay & Allen has helped clients with probate and estate planning for over 14 years, and we continue to assist clients in various areas of probate law on a daily basis. We wish to resolve every type of probate and estate planning issue our clients may be facing, and our team will aid clients until they reach their desired end goal. Planning for what will happen after your death may seem morose, but our firm is here to help you ensure that your loved ones and prized possessions will be cared for according to your wishes after you pass. We also understand the difficulty of losing a loved one, and how handling their probate may be an emotionally, physically, and mentally draining process. Our firm wants our prospective clients to know that we have helped personal representatives and their families throughout the entire probate process, and will assist them finalize their loved one’s probate as quickly as possible. Please contact our firm today to learn how we may be able to assist you with your probate or estate planning needs.