Wills, Estate Planning, & Trusts

Most people want to leave their assets to their loved ones without putting those loved ones through unnecessary trouble or turmoil. But what is the best way to do so? Do you need a Will, or is a Revocable Living Trust a better planning option? What happens if you become incapacitated? What other Estate Planning tools might be beneficial to your situation? An experienced estate planning attorney can help you with your wishes and with the orderly management of your assets upon incapacity, or distribution of your assets upon your death.

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The Florida Bar publishes excellent pamphlets containing general information about Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning in Florida. The Law Offices of John Key, P.A., with the permission of the Florida Bar, has re-printed some of that information. Please click on a title to view more information.

Do You Have a Will?
Living Wills and Health Care Advance Directives, with form
Florida Powers of Attorney
The Revocable Trust in Florida
What is Guardianship?