Prepare for the Future

Secure your funds with an estate planning attorney in Mary Esther, FL

The future is uncertain. However, you can plan ahead with an elder law or estate planning attorney. Burton Law and Title, P.L. in Mary Esther, Florida works with you throughout the entire legal process, from drafting a proper power of attorney to writing your last will. You'll sit down with Jennifer to discuss your concerns and wishes. Jennifer will go over your options and provide you with documents customized to your needs.
It's never too early to plan for the future. Whether you're ready to retire or are just starting your career, creating a plan for your assets is important.

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How can you plan for the future?

How can you plan for the future?

There are a lot of different elements that go into estate planning. Attorney Jennifer J. Burton will work with you to prepare for the future. Our firm will draft and review documents related to:

  • Durable Power of Attorney (DPOA) and health care surrogate designation- these enable you to appoint someone (a power of attorney) to assist you with your health, legal and financial responsibilities.
  • Wills (last will and testament)-these enable you to identify who you want to receive your property and finances after your death.
  • Living wills-these provide instructions for your doctor stating your wishes for end-of-life medical care.
  • Trusts-a written set of rules to determine when your finances, or another substantial gift, should be distributed to your beneficiaries.
  • Estate plans-a set of instructions for the management of your estate after your death. It's designed to minimize tax penalties.
  • Qualified income trusts for Medicaid-this is for individuals with too much money to qualify for Medicaid but not enough to pay for long-term medical care.
  • Pre-need guardian declarations-establishes guardianship for you in the event of a mental or physical disability.
  • Health care surrogate designations-chooses a representative who will make medical decisions on your behalf.
  • Personal service contracts-an arrangement for nursing or other personal care treatment (depending on your personal needs).


Ready to meet with an estate planning attorney in Mary Esther, Florida? Make an appointment today by calling 850-362-0278.