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Estate planning in Florida includes more than you may think

When most people in Florida think about estate planning, they think about wills. While wills are, perhaps, the most commonly used estate planning document, a will is not only the only document you may need for comprehensive estate planning. In fact, multiple documents are usually needed to ensure an individual?s long-term plans are guaranteed.

At the law firm of Frese, Whitehead & Anderson, P.A., we offer our clients complete estate planning services. This means we can help you create an estate plan that is much more than just a will. With our help, you can have a plan that not only protects your assets after your death but also your plans for your own future.

Among the documents we regularly urge our clients to include in their estate plans are health care directives and powers of attorney. Both of these documents are designed to protect our clients during their lives. A health care directive indicates a client?s wishes for his or her own medical care, while a power of attorney appoints a trusted individual to make decisions or handle financial matters for a client should he or she become incapacitated.

Whether you are concerned about your own future or about securing the futures of your loved ones, you can turn to the law firm of Frese, Whitehead & Anderson, P.A. Our attorneys will take the time to sit down with you, understand your wishes and help you create the documents you need to ensure they are followed. If you would like more information on our estate planning solutions, you can find it on our firm's website.

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