J. Kelly Kennedy, Attorney/CPA, PLLC

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Helping draft necessary estate planning documents

In life, there are some unpleasant conversations to have, one of which being a discussion regarding end-of-life planning. Although it is not always easy to initiate the process of drafting an estate plan, it is considered one of the most important step residents in Florida and elsewhere can take in their lives.

While there is no key time or age that triggers when an estate plan should be made, most people typically draft an estate plan in their later adult years. At J. Kelly Kennedy Attorney/CPA, PLLC, our experienced legal team has helped people answer the difficult questions surrounding an estate plan, such as what documents to include and whether it should be updated.

For those seeking a basic estate plan, which consists of a will, a power of attorney, a health care directive and a living will, our knowledgeable attorneys have experience helping you determine how to best draft these documents. The goal of a good estate plan is to make it more liekly that your wishes are followed in the unfortunate event of your death or incapacitation.

Although a basic estate plan is suitable for most people's needs, others require more unique and specific estate plans to achieve their goals. In these matters, our law firm has the skills and resources to develop a more comprehensive estate plan that is tailor made to our client's needs and goals. We have helped countless clients with trusts, elder care planning and naming a personal representative.

To learn more, consider checking out our law firm's estate planning website. While it is not easy to discuss what could or should occur in the event of your death or incapacitation, it is important to take steps to protect your rights. Because you cannot be there to oversee the process, it is imperative that an estate plan is carefully drafted with your needs and wishes in mind.

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