Wills & Trusts

Everyone Needs To Have A Will & Trust In Order To Protect Their Family & Assets! Osenton Law Can Help You Get The Right Legal Documents In Place & Find Peace Of Mind!

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Everybody knows that they should probably make a will, but not everyone actually does so. Fewer still realize that they need both a will and a trust if they want to have their wishes honored and prevent their family from having to deal with debt, stress, and court costs when they pass away or become incapacitated. Legally, having both of these important estate planning tools is the best way to guard the assets you have worked so hard for your entire life! Trusts aren’t just for the rich, and wills aren’t just for the elderly; if you own property and have family, you need to have these documents in place today, as no one is guaranteed tomorrow. Drafting a will and trust can be complicated, but Attorney O. Reginald “Reggie” Osenton has been assisting clients throughout Florida with will and trust creation for over 33 years. His experience can make a difference! Call his office today to schedule a free consultation and get started.

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What will happen to your house when you pass away – will it be sold? Renovated? Passed down to one of your children? What about your savings accounts, and your other prized possessions? If you have minor children, and you passed away tomorrow, who would raise them? What if you become incapacitated – what would happen to your assets? What if? Who? When? How? These are critical questions that shouldn’t wait to be addressed, and these are all of the questions that a will and trust can answer for you and your family members!

A will lists your legal wishes for how your estate will be distributed upon your death, while a trust can manage your assets during your lifetime and distribute assets upon your death. There are many different types of wills and trusts available to choose from, including a last will and testament, joint will, revocable trust, special needs trust, etc. Creating these documents is an involved process, because they need to be tailored to your specific situation in order to be effective. Templated or “DIY” wills and trusts may not be compliant with state laws or with your unique family/financial dynamics; if you want documents you can rely on, you need to enlist the services of a local will and trust attorney. 

At Osenton Law, P.A., we take the time to get to know you and develop a smart will and trust strategy that keeps you in control of the future, at least as much as it is up to you. We can advise you on what type of will and trust you need based on your circumstances, and then draft documents that will clarify your wishes, avoid probate, and give your family peace of mind. Our will and trust attorney, O. Reginald “Reggie” Osenton, has extensive knowledge of estate planning law, probate law, and bankruptcy law; his experience is an enormous advantage to you throughout the planning process. Our firm offers affordable fee arrangements that we tell you about upfront so you don’t have to worry about any surprises. Call today to schedule a free consultation with us and discuss your next steps!

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