Christian Loving & Living Wills

Christian Loving & Living Wills

Vero Beach Probate Lawyer

Need an attorney to draft you a living will? If you are nearing the end of your life, or if you are suffering from a medical condition that requires you to have your estate in order as soon as possible, then it is important for you to have skilled representation on your side that can help you through the estate planning process in an effective and decisive manner. I am Attorney David Albrecht from David F. Albrecht, P.A., and I have a long history of success in the cases that I have handled in the past. When you choose to work with me, you can be sure that I will stand by you and work to help you achieve the results that you need for your future.

Wills & Trusts Attorney in Indian River County

A loving will is a planning tool that helps your family understand your final wishes. Similar to a living will, it is an important document that essentially instructs health care personnel to do nothing intentionally, either by act or omission, to cause your death. There are several reasons why you may want this:

  • The practice of withholding expensive treatment and care from a dying individual is becoming increasingly common
  • There is a 1991 federal law that puts pressure on individuals to sign a document such as a living will that may not protect your life

As you grow older, you need to be sure that you will be taken care of and that your rights will not be infringed on if you are in an incapacitated state toward the end of your life. It is important to understand how a living will works; this document essentially makes provisions for how you want medical treatments to be administered in the case that you are unable to make these decisions on your own due to various complications.

Vero Beach Lawyer Can Help You Plan Ahead

Are you searching for a wills and trusts lawyer in Vero Beach? It is important that you have skilled representation on your side, and I can work with you to pursue the results that you need. As a general practice attorney, I understand the difficulties associated with these various issues, and you can be sure that I will work with you to provide you with the answers and information that you need for your situation. Contact my firm today to schedule your case evaluation and begin the process of pursuing the results that you need. Call my firm today at (772) 353-4466.

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Common Answers To Your Questions

Have questions? We are here to help. Still have questions or can't find the answer you need? Give us a call at 772-353-4466 today!

  • How do I know what kind of business to form?
    This depends on the goals of your business, whether you want a limited liability company (LLC), a large corporation, or a general business. Each type of entity has differing rules regarding taxation, liability, distribution of profit, and many other issues. I can provide you with detailed answers for your specific situation.
  • Should I hire an attorney when selling my home?
    Generally, during real estate transactions, some contracts must be signed, agreements made, and a significant amount of money transfer. It is always a good idea to have an attorney during these high-stakes transactions to ensure that you are not being taken advantage of and that the transaction is legal and binding.
  • What happens if I die without a will?

    If the deceased person was married but has no living descendants, then the spouse will receive everything under Florida law. If there are living descendants, then the estate will be divided proportionately between these parties.