Protecting Your Family With Sound Planning
If you have concerns about passing on your family business to the next generation and protecting your real estate and other assets, estate planning attorney Kevin P. Markey has the experience to alleviate your fears. I have been helping people in Brevard County protect their families with estate plans for 29 years.
I can explain all the elements of a solid estate plan – wills, trusts, powers of attorney, guardianships and living wills – and why these are important to have in place to give you peace of mind. I understand what it is like to work hard and build a business, and I can help you draw up a succession plan to make sure your legacy continues.
Merritt Island Asset Protection Attorney
When I work with you on your estate plan, it is important that I understand how you want your assets protected. I give you a questionnaire and I get nosey. I want to know about your family, your assets and liabilities, and your objectives.
I work with estates of all sizes and have experience protecting family and personal assets in the multi-millions of dollars.
I will ask you how you feel about your assets, and whom do you want to have those transferred to after you have passed away. I will also ask if you have any concerns about how your assets will be used by your relatives. This important information gives me a way to come up with a comprehensive plan with practical solutions that meet your expectations while addressing your concerns.
Brevard County, Florida, Estate Planning Attorney
There are two primary aspects of an estate plan:
- To make sure that your loved ones are able to deal with your death in the most orderly, least expensive and efficient way.
- To have a plan in place so that your loved ones are not left wondering what mom and dad wanted to do with their estate and how they wanted it done.
By establishing an estate plan, you are providing your relatives with answers to awkward questions about your assets and property. You are also helping them avoid the headache and expense of probate proceedings.