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Will and Trust Lawyer in Naples, FL

Call McNamara Legal Services to Plan for Your Future

Call McNamara Legal Services
to Plan for Your Future

Prepare Your Estate With an Experienced
Will and Trust Lawyer in Naples, FL

Wills and trusts are both methods for controlling the way your assets are distributed after your death. Trusts can affect your control during a settlor’s life. Without either of these things, Florida Statutes mandates how to pass your property on and it’s unlikely that they will do it exactly how you would want it. A valid will is a legally enforceable document that states your wishes for the passing of your assets. A will can also appoint a guardian to care for your child after you die. 

 

A trust is an agreement in which you give another party, called a trustee, permission to hold and distribute your assets for you. Depending on your unique situation and goals, you may need one or both of these components in your estate plan. At McNamara Legal Services P.A. in Naples, FL you can partner with an attorney to help you understand the law and create wills and trusts. Brian McNamara is an experienced lawyer who helps families achieve their goals with wills and trusts.

What Can a Will Attorney Do For You?

  • Draft a will based on your personal situation and goals
  • Review your will and determine if it meets all of your goals
  • Modify your will with new provisions

We Can Help You Navigate Complex Trust Law

One of the greatest advantages of a trust is that assets distributed from a trust typically don’t have to go through probate. This can save your heirs a significant amount of time, money, and stress. Contact us today to set up an appointment and find out if a trust is right for you.
LEGAL DISCLAIMER: The information contained on this website is presented for informational and marketing purposes only and is not to be understood as legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice respecting your individual needs. McNamara Legal Services, P.A. looks forward to speaking with you about your particular needs. Please note, however, that the mere act of contacting our firm does not create an attorney-client relationship. As a result, you should never send any confidential information to our office until a Representation Agreement has been signed by both you and McNamara Legal Services, P.A.
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