Does your age 18+ Florida resident child or grandchild need their own estate planning documents? Yes! What does this include?
1. Simple Last Will and Testament
2. Durable Power of Attorney, allowing the agent (a parent, for example) to assist with banking and landlords/leases, for example
3. Designation of Health Care Surrogate, allowing the surrogate (a parent, for example) to make medical decisions and access medical records
4. Living Will, allowing the young adult to state whether to be kept alive if in a persistent vegetative state and organ donation
We are not only estate planners, but we are parents ourselves. We have the knowledge and experience to work with your age 18+ Florida resident child or grandchild on a basic estate plan. Reach out with questions and for more information.