Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning
Welcome to The Will Lawyer, P.A. If something were to happen to you today, will your family members and assets be cared for? Through Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning, The Will Lawyer, P.A. Law Firm focuses on providing families and individuals peace of mind. We also provide guidance and assistance to those families and individuals who have lost a loved one and now need assistance and guidance in administering a loved one's trust or probating their estate. If you are one of the majority without a will or trust, or your will or trust is outdated, we invite you to explore our website. Find out who we are, what makes us different from the traditional law firm, and how you can get started with us today. Ensure that if something were to happen to you today, your loved ones and your assets would be taken care of. The Will Lawyer, P.A. proudly serves the Pensacola, Destin, 30a and surrounding counties with Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning. Our attorneys have earned a caring reputation for advising and representing a diverse client base throughout Northwest Florida. We provide quality representation for a fair and reasonable fee – we will work with you!
Don't Die Without A Plan
By using a wills and estates attorney, you can gain peace of mind and find reassurance knowing that all the necessary things will be taken care of in the aftermath that follows a person's death. We are ready to assist you with all the complex state, federal and even international laws that may apply when settling a person or couple's estate, and our firm can handle anything that might arise.
How We're Different
If you have ever worked with a lawyer before preparing your Will or doing Estate Planning, you will, I am certain, recall how confusing and complex everything began to sound. Because we all want to have things taken care of for our children when we pass, you do what the lawyer tells you and basically go home, happy to have it all over with and forget it.
According to some surveys, over half of the adults in the United States don't have any will or revocable trust in place in the event of their death or disability.
In addition to the grief that everyone experiences, you will have to try to determine what you need to do in order to transfer their assets according to their will or trust.
We understand that planning for your death or disability is not something anyone likes to think about. We've made it simple to get started.