The Matechik Law Firm?
Attorney Matechik’s outstanding commitment to each and every client forms the cornerstone of his practice.
In-Person and Remote Options.
In addition to traditional in-office meetings, Attorney Matechik offers phone and Zoom appointments for your convenience.
Attorney Matechik caters personalized attention to your legal needs that are unmatched by larger firms
Emergency Expedited Services.
When needed, Attorney Matechik and his staff are on-hand to address your unique situation.
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Mr. Matechik will use this complimentary consultation to gather information about your legal matter.
Have You Been Named the Executor of a Loved One’s Will?
When a family member or friend passes away, how do you ensure that their last wishes will be followed? The process of validating a will and settling an estate is called probate. A probate attorney can help you with the estate administration process.
Consult a Probate Attorney
in Sarasota, FL
If you’re looking for a probate attorney in Sarasota, FL, turn to The Matechik Law Firm. You can depend on Attorney Matechik to help you understand probate law and the estate administration process.
Call 941-926-6755 to schedule a consultation with a trusted probate lawyer.
Attorney Matechik also works with clients in Bradenton, FL, throughout Sarasota County and the state.
Settle Your Affairs
Anytime you experience a significant life change is a good time to think about your future. It’s never too late or too early to start creating your estate plan. Everyone should have an estate plan in place, regardless of your financial situation or family makeup.
Protecting Those Who Cannot Protect Themselves
When someone you care for is no longer able to safely make decisions for themselves due to declining health or injury, the appointment of a guardian can ensure they are properly looked after, safe, and comfortable.
Power of Attorney
Prepare for the Worst
to Ensure the Best
A Durable Power of Attorney allows you to name an agent of your choice to manage your finances and property in the event that you are unable to do so. Critically, this document differs from a Will in that it empowers someone to manage your affairs while you are still alive.