estate lawyer englewood fl

Establish Plans for Your Future

Count on an experienced estate planner in Englewood, FL and surrounding areas such as Rotonda West, Port Charlotte, Venice, and Punta Gorda

Estate Planning is the act of preparing for the transfer of your wealth and assets after your passing. Assets include your home, cars, life insurance, personal belongings, and even your pets. Because estate plans must be in writing, witnessed and notarized, and because only a trained attorney can answer your legal questions and ask you the right questions to get you thinking, it is always best to hire a qualified Estate Planning Attorney.

You wouldn’t hire an estate planning lawyer who doesn’t have your best interest at heart. Get in touch with Anne E. Moore, when you want individualized legal services. I’ll walk you through the process, listen closely to your requests, and help you make informed decisions about passing on your assets to your loved ones. Make an appointment today for estate planning services in Englewood, FL, and surrounding areas such as Rotonda West, Port Charlotte, Venice, and Punta Gorda. The appointment is always free. If you hire me to prepare your plan, great! If not, that’s great, too, because I love talking estate planning with everyone!




What does estate planning involve?

Estate planning gives you peace of mind about your future, but it can be a long and tiring process without the right knowledge and expertise as a resource. When you call Anne E. Moore PLLC, I’ll help you make tough decisions about your finances, medical needs, and family. You’ll decide who’ll care for your children, grandchildren or pets in the event of your passing and who will care for you when you can no longer do so. You will also decide who will receive your assets upon your passing. I’ll guide you through every step of the estate planning process.

Here are the common Estate Planning documents that I can prepare for you:

  • Last Will and Testament
  • Durable Power of Attorney
  • Revocable Living Trust
  • Living Will
  • Designation of Health Care Surrogate
  • Declaration for Pre-need Guardian
  • Pet Trust
  • Trust for Minor Children

Call our office for a free consultation. If you have questions before we meet, I can answer those at that time. If you have prior estate planning documents, bring those with you to the first appointment. Can’t find them or don’t want to look for them.No worries! Just come as you are. People often get stressed about what work they will have to do prior to coming to the appointment. In reality, no work is necessary. I will ask you all the questions that I need to have answered and, in turn, I will answer any questions you have about the process, the law, and the choices you need to make. This way I will make sure you and I have all of the information needed to make the best possible choices for you.

You can rest assured that when your time comes, you will have all matters concerning your estate plan already settled for the benefit of you and your loved ones.


Don't Leave Your Family With Questions
About How To Distribute Your Assets.

Schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced estate planner today.

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