Estate Planning Terms Everyone Should Know | Florida Estate Plan Attorney

Elder law attorneys across Florida are committed to protecting individuals’ interests, autonomy, assets, and legal rights as they navigate estate and long-term care planning. Whether a person is confronting aging, disability, or a chronic illness, pragmatic and strategic estate planning can help protect the safety, comfort, and security of an individual and his or her loved ones.

Unfortunately, a 2022 survey found that fewer than 33% of Floridians have made long-term care plans for themselves or their loved ones. This is a staggering statistic that often places vulnerable disabled and elderly individuals at an increased risk of being actively exploited.

Regardless of your age or status in life, as Florida elder law and estate planning attorneys with decades of experience, we can work with you to protect assets, create long-term care plans, and implement estate plans designed to protect the interests of loved ones. Do not wait for a catastrophic event to happen before thinking about estate planning. Instead, call Flammia Elder Law Firm today to schedule a consultation to learn about your Florida estate planning rights and options.

We encourage you to read through the following Florida Bar rack card to learn about terms that are commonly used in Florida estate planning.

Elder Law Attorneys - Terms to Know

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