Florida Estate Planning, Elder Law & Probate Attorneys

By taking proactive and intentional steps today, you can feel confident that you and your family will be protected for years.

Take control of your future by creating a solid foundation with an estate plan from Flourish Law Group.

Do I need an estate plan and what does it do?

An estate plan directs what happens to your property after your death.

If you have no estate plan, your property will be distributed according to Florida’s intestacy laws without regard to your wishes.

Estate planning is an ongoing, intentional process that allows you to leave a legacy for future generations.

Feel confident knowing that what you have worked so hard for can be protected by working with someone who can create a plan tailored to the specific needs of you and your family.

It doesn’t need to be complicated or difficult. We will sit down and listen to what is most important to you. We’ll talk about your concerns and goals. And then, we’ll put together a plan designed just for you.

Contact us at (954) 698-4570 or click here to get started today.

Some of the things we may use to create your estate plan include:

Legal Tools


A legal document you prepare that gives direction to your family and a probate court as to who will manage your estate after your death.


A legal document or entity you create to hold and manage assets on your behalf and transfer them to named beneficiaries after your death.

Beneficiary Designations

A designation made on life insurance and savings accounts directing who takes ownership upon your death.

Power of Attorney

Allows someone to act on your behalf if you are unable to do so.

Medical Power of Attorney or Advance Directive

Allows a person you choose to make medical decisions for you when you can't do so for yourself.

Planning for Minors

If you have children under 18, you need a designated guardian and financial plan in the event of your death or incapacity.

Get Started Today

During our first meeting, we’ll learn about your goals and needs for your future.

Then, we’ll talk about what might work for you. Call (954) 698-4570 or click here to get started.

Our Estate Planning Process

At Flourish Law Group, the first step is to sit down with you and look into your future.

It’s not easy to think about what will happen if you become incapacitated or pass away. But it’s important to address it before it’s too late.

Having an estate plan provides relief and peace of mind, knowing that if and when something unexpected occurs, you and your loved ones will be protected.

We take pride in being approachable and available. We strive for open and honest communication with our clients throughout the representation.

We believe that is a key component to providing the best representation and crafting the best solutions for you.

Estate planning is an ongoing, intentional process that allows you to leave a legacy for future generations.

Without an estate plan, your legacy could be in the hands of strangers.

No one wants to leave their life’s work in the hands of others whose values and interests may not align with yours. At Flourish Law Group, it’s our passion to help guide people like you.

Your estate plan should be an extension of your family’s shared values and wishes.

It is the most effective way to ensure your personal, business, and charitable interests have been articulated and will be followed.

Call us at (954) 698-4570 or click here to start protecting you and your family today.

Planning for the “What Ifs” of Life

An estate plan can help you navigate through life’s twist and turns by:

Preparing for Incapacity

An estate plan includes planning for your physical care and management of your property in the event of your incapacity.

Protecting Your Beneficiaries

Your estate plan ensures that your children or other beneficiaries get what you intend them to have.

Supporting Your Family

Make sure your spouse and children are provided for. You can name guardians for your children if both parents pass away and help ease the burden at the time of death.

Avoiding Probate

With proper planning, you can avoid Florida probate, which can be costly and time-consuming for your loved ones.

Let us serve as your trusted advisors.

Serving You

We will work together to create a custom estate plan that perfectly fits your needs, from curating a lasting legacy to protecting the assets you have worked so hard to build.

Call us at (954) 698-4570 or click here to get started today.

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