Ask anyone on the street, and they’ll agree – it’s important to have a plan. Who’s getting my “stuff” and when? Who will care for my spouse, my kids or my disabled adult child? How can I pay less taxes? Can I avoid the time and expense of attorneys and the court system altogether?
We have such good intentions… we really do. Some just never get around to it. Others find it uncomfortable to talk about. The fact is - most people never act on good intentions, and their families are often left to “pick up the pieces.”
News flash! If you haven’t created your own estate plan, the State of Florida has one for you. That’s right! It’s called the Florida intestacy law. It’s a “one size fits all, cookie cutter” approach. I’m not sure about you, but that’s not a very appealing thought to me. I want to make those decisions – I don’t want the government making them! They’re just too important!
“Kick off the breaks,” and make an appointment to discuss how I can help you have peace of mind about the future of your family. Call or email today to schedule a complimentary consultation. You can reach me at (813) 244-7758 or Ross@RosssSpanoLaw.com.