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Hire an Estate Planning Attorney in Florida

Are you married, remarried, or have children? Have you recently moved? Believe it or not, now is the perfect time to create your estate plan. The Matechik Law Firm helps Sarasota, Florida-area residents create wills and estate plans. Attorney Matechik will discuss your needs with you in person to determine the best way to 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.

Contact the Matechik Law Firm in Sarasota, Bradenton & Sarasota County, FL to schedule your consultation today. Now accepting clients from all over Florida with our virtual practice.


Which Estate Planning Documents are Most Important?

Not every document is right for your estate plan. Attorney Matechik will help you identify the instruments that best meet your needs. He recommends everyone at least have in place these estate planning documents:


Allows you to express how you want your assets handled after your death.

Durable Power of Attorney

Enables a specific person or other entity, chosen by you, to make financial decisions on your behalf, even if you become incapacitated.

Health Care Surrogate

Enables a specific person, chosen by you, to make medical decisions on your behalf when you are unable to do so.

Living Will

Provides clear instructions for how you want your final medical decisions to be made, sparing your loved ones the emotional burden of doing so.

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Benefits of a Trust

Everything In Its Place

Some individuals and families may also benefit from having a Trust in place. Attorney Matechik offers numerous types of trusts including Living Trusts and Irrevocable Trusts. A Trust can provide many benefits to you including:

  • Keeping your assets out of a costly and lengthy probate process
  • Getting more of your estate to your loved ones faster
  • Distributing your assets per your specific wishes
  • Setting aside money for a loved one to receive later
  • Earmarking funds for specific purposes such as healthcare, education, and special needs.