Our Practice Areas
When you search for local lawyers online, you’re never really sure what you’ll get. That’s because legal practices can offer varying services, and oftentimes, they don’t all provide the same assistance. However, Decker Legacy Law, LLC, can meet just about any of your Florida estate planning needs. Below is a list of our primary practice areas:
Estate Planning Lawyers: Asset protection, will writing, trust creation, and establishing powers of attorney are just the tip of the iceberg at Decker Legacy Law.
Trusts Lawyers: Establishing a trust can help safeguard your assets and stipulate who can receive properties — and when they can receive them.
Wills Lawyers: Dying without a will is often disastrous. Your assets — and even your children — may end up somewhere you never wanted.
Probate Lawyers: Even when someone dies with a will in place, probate can be a complex process. Let our Florida estate administration lawyers assist.
Power of Attorney Lawyers: There are certain instances where a person may be unable to make their own decisions. Fortunately, you can choose who makes those decisions for you.
Elder Law Lawyers: An experienced elder law attorney in Florida understands how this legal area affects estate planning and much more.
Medicaid Planning Lawyers: Many people reach Medicaid age only to discover that their assets or income make them ineligible. Don’t let this happen to you.
Long-Term Care Planning Lawyers: Americans are living longer than ever, so it’s essential to take concrete steps to plan for your long-term care needs.
Special Needs Trust Lawyers: Providing assistance to a disabled loved one is admirable, but it can also interfere with their government benefits. Our Florida estate planning lawyers can help avoid this.
Asset Protection Lawyers: No matter how hard you work for what you’ve earned, your assets are always at risk. Asset protection strategies can minimize such risks.
Business Succession Planning Lawyers: Do you know what will happen to your business if you retire, become incapacitated, or die? It’s imperative that you plan for all contingencies.