Estate Planning and Elder Law Attorneys Serving Jupiter, Florida
Our law firm is still at work for clients of elder law and estate planning in Jupiter, FL.
Our normal office hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Fridays, although appointments are available at other times if necessary.
COMMUNICATION AND VIRTUAL OFFICE
We will conduct all meetings, except for signings, by telephone, computer-assisted conferencing, email, and mail. These methods of communication will remain until the risk associated with COVID-19 has been declared minimized or eliminated by our state and Federal Government.
The Florida Supreme Court have issued administrative orders:
Our elder law and estate planning lawyers in Jupiter, FL, see to it that you and your loved ones are well-prepared for what lies ahead.
Providing Firm Guidance for the Legal Problems You Face
Elder and Estate Planning Attorneys PA is a law office small enough to provide personal service but large enough to provide service in Jupiter, as well as Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, and Indian River Counties in Florida. Our law firm will guide you through legal challenges involving elder law, estate planning, trusts, veterans benefits, real estate, and more.
Work with Experienced Legal Practitioners
Our elder law firm consists of seasoned attorneys in Florida with decades of experience in asset protection, wills and trusts, probate, veterans benefits, and more. You’ll receive personal services as you make some of the most important decisions in your life. And you will have the assurance that your decisions will be for the best under the guidance of experienced lawyers.
Anné Desormier-Cartwright, J.D
Jason C. Maier Esq.
Richard Bolko, ESQ, CPA, MBA, MACC
Elder law is a specialized area of law that enables seniors and their families to prepare for the future. Our elder law firm, for example, helps seniors in Jupiter, FL, plan for veterans benefits, Medicaid benefits, long-term care, and the distribution of assets when they pass on.
There are two ways to make changes to your will. One, you can make a document called a codicil, which serves as an amendment to your will. Two, you can create a whole new will and revoke the previous one. Our attorneys will guide you and make sure your will is properly revised.
We strongly recommend reviewing your estate planning documents every few years, especially after a life-changing event. For instance, if you lose a spouse or child who’s designated to serve as an agent or fiduciary, it’s best to have your estate plan reviewed to assign other people you trust in their place.
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