Experienced Florida Estate Planning And Family Law Attorneys

At Law Office of Dale Brewster, our lawyers provide seasoned estate planning, estate administration and family law advocacy for clients throughout Florida. We can help you prepare for the future.

Serving Clients In Hillsborough County And Throughout Florida Since 1996

Are Your Estate Planning Documents Up To Date?

It is always wise to have an attorney review your will and other testamentary documents, such as a living will, periodically. This is especially true if you have recently experienced life changes such as a move to a different state, the birth of a child, a marriage or divorce, or any other significant changes in your family or financial life, including the death of your spouse.

Many people find that a well-thought-out estate plan is part of solid financial planning for a lifetime. Others are looking for Medicaid planning or ways to minimize inheritance taxes. Law Office of Dale Brewster offers comprehensive estate planning services.

Estate Planning

Probate And Estate Administration

Family Law And Divorce

Medicaid Planning

Divorce And Family Law Solutions With Your Future In Mind

If you are contending with a divorce or separation, we understand how dealing with the prospect of an uncertain future can be stressful. At Law Office of Dale Brewster, our focus is to help you create a practical plan for creating a stable future. We will also help you keep your children’s best interests at the forefront as you establish time-sharing and parenting plans.

Thorough And Efficient Probate And Estate Administration

The grief following the death of a loved one is frequently accompanied by a certain amount of confusion. Many people are not sure about what to do next when it comes to the distribution of their loved one’s assets, payment of final taxes and the closing out of their final affairs. Not all estates will have to go through Florida’s complex probate process. If your loved one did not have a will or a trust and has property in their name only, probate will likely be required to distribute their assets. Our attorneys are here to help you with an assessment of your loved one’s circumstances followed by thoughtful recommendations.

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