As we grow older and pass through the different stages of life, we face new challenges. Estate and elder law issues can create difficulties and confusion if you don’t have the proper guidance.
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At Denise Jomarron Legal Group, we believe there is no time like the present to work on your estate plan. Many individuals think there is no need for estate planning because they are young or have no assets. While this may be true, the fact is that even those with little to no assets have thought about what they would like to happen when they are no longer with us. Working on an estate plan is important because it honors your final wishes and provides financial and other support for your family and loved ones during a challenging time. Denise Jomarron Legal Group can help you customize the best estate plan to meet your needs, whether a simple will, trust, power of attorney, health care surrogate, living will, or all of the above.
When a life event happens or is potentially anticipated, creating a solid estate plan (or updating your existing plan) helps ensure your wishes are followed, and assets are protected. Although your situation is unique, our experience with so many situations helps ensure we cover all the bases, especially things you may not have ever thought could or would happen or apply to you.
If You Don’t Know the Laws or Paperwork
Probate laws and even the forms are written in a detailed and hard-to-understand language. Many probate things are not intuitive and must be achieved in a specific order. Failure to properly and timely accomplish tasks could cause you to be personally liable or, at minimum, cause delays.
Avoid or Minimize Family Disputes
Family members may simply disagree on how to handle the inherited property. These issues are often minimized or avoided altogether when a lawyer is involved.
As your Attorney, we help protect the Executor from personal liability for paying debts and taxes of the deceased.
Allows You to Focus on Your Family and Job
If you have little free time, getting help from a law firm saves you time.
Reduce Your Stress
Why guess or hope you are not doing things incorrectly? We know the process, and we often carry the burden, so you do not have to worry throughout the process.
Your Reputation Can Be at Stake
If you were named the executor, you have a duty to act in the estate's and heirs' best interest. You can be personally liable if you fail in your duty, don’t pay taxes when due, or forget to keep heirs informed. An attorney ensures you do things properly.
Savings and Speed
Minimizes court supervision of the executor and saves money by reducing or eliminating amounts deceased owes creditors. Expedites sale of real and personal property and saves legal fees for the court to confirm the sale.
When Estate Assets are Complicated
Certain assets like real estate, art, or a business can create complications or additional steps like appraisals, protecting, and insuring. We’ve handled many of these situations to help maximize what the heirs receive.
Even when extensive estate planning has taken place, you may face challenges to a Will, Trust, or Guardianship. Probate courts oversee property administration after death and guardianship of minors and incapacitated adults. DJ Legal Group provides varied probate services, understanding the sensitive nature of familial disputes and the need for guidance when maneuvering through complex legal hurdles. We can help you appoint a special representative to administer an estate, transfer property and assets, or open a Probate matter when pursuing a wrongful death claim. The death of a loved one is an emotional time for everyone. Disputes over an estate can heighten these emotions, so it is vital to retain experienced and skilled counsel to handle these matters for you.
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If these things are what you are looking for in a law firm, then contact us to see how we can help you and your family.
We help families in Miami, Hialeah, Kendall, Miami Beach, Westchester, and Dade County locally and outside of Florida when issues need to be handled for a family member’s estate within the state of Florida.
Locally, clients come to us from Downtown Miami, Edgewater, Coconut Grove, Pinecrest, Wynwood, Kendall, Homestead, Key Biscayne, Star Island, Hibiscus Island, The Venetian Islands, North Beach, Miami Beach, Coral Gables, and throughout Miami-Dade County.
We welcome your questions and want to understand your situation to help you move forward and achieve the peace of mind that comes with having everything done properly and efficiently. Call our law office at (305) 402-4494(305) 402-4494 with questions, a description of your situation to see if we can assist, or to schedule a consultation. Or you may simply fill out the form above on this page. Your form will be directly emailed to our office, and you can expect a reply within one business day and often within hours of the same day. All information you share is confidential.
The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship.