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Estate Planning Attorney Tampa


Dedicated Estate Planning Assistance

Estate planning is important on many levels. For example, to see inheritance wishes carried out, for asset protection, wealth preservation, retirement planning, and elder care, to name a few. The Quinn Law Firm focuses its practices on helping families, and our planning services play a key role in this respect. Our Tampa estate planning lawyer can tailor legal instruments to meet your individual needs.

Effective planning is not a one size fits all endeavor because each estate is unique. It involves customizing a plan based on the characterization of assets, the goals of the individual, and a strategy that minimizes taxation. The following are few of the many tools we have available:

  • Wills
  • Irrevocable trusts
  • Revocable trusts
  • Business succession planning
  • Joint tenancy with rights of survivorship
  • Life estates
  • Charitable remainder trusts
  • Special needs trusts
  • Family limited partnerships
  • Generation skipping transfer tax planning
  • Spendthrift trusts
  • Guardianships for minor children
  • Gift planning
  • Work with an experienced attorney who focuses on families

Sitting down with a Tampa attorney who can explain and advise about estate planning options helps you arrive at informed decisions. We listen carefully to the details about you and your family, help you to define your objectives, and thoughtfully consider the approaches most suitable for your estate.

We can evaluate the pros and cons of probate. Avoiding probate altogether is quite possible, if it is to your advantage. We only suggest approaches that are in your best interests.

And when the time comes to administer your estate, our lawyer can work with your family and skillfully guide them through estate, trust or probate administration ۥ whatever the case may be.

Elder Care

With human longevity increasing, elder care has become an integral aspect of most prudent plans. We can help you put legal devices in place, such as:

  • Living wills
  • Healthcare surrogates
  • Durable power of attorney
  • Long-term care planning
  • Medicaid and Medicare planning
  • Guardianships
  • Conservatorships

Having an experienced attorney at your side to ensure you properly plan for your estate and that you have all your legal documentation is in order can be a relief for you and your family. It can also help you avoid future confusion about your elder care wishes or desires to pass on an inheritance.

For trusted legal advice about wills, trusts, probate, or other issues please contact us today to arrange an appointment with our Tampa estate planning lawyer.