Assistance With Living Wills In Florida

No one knows what the future will bring. At any time, any of us may become incapacitated or unable to make competent decisions about our health, our welfare and our estates. By creating a living will or a durable power of attorney, you can designate someone you trust to make crucial decisions on your behalf.

Attorney James H. Monroe has handled estate planning issues throughout Central Florida for more than 30 years. He has the experience needed to ensure that your wishes are clearly articulated and made into reality in the event of an emergency. To schedule an appointment for a free initial office consultation, call us today at 407-917-4147.

Plan For The Future

There are a variety of different legal instruments to help you prepare yourself and your family for the unexpected. Our law offices provide comprehensive services, including:

  • Living Wills: A living will articulates your wishes regarding life support and medical care in the event that you should become completely incapacitated, particularly if you become comatose and unlikely to recover.
  • Health Care Surrogate: A health care surrogate is a person whom you designate to make health care decisions for you in the event that you become incapacitated or mentally incompetent.
  • Durable Powers of Attorney: A durable power of attorney designates a person to "step into your shoes" and make legal decisions regarding your real and personal property if you become incapacitated or mentally incompetent.
  • Pre-Need Guardian Nomination: This document allows you to choose someone to be your legal guardian in case you become incapacitated or mentally incompetent. Your guardian will be responsible for your health care decisions. If you become mentally incompetent without having designated a guardian ahead of time, the state will designate someone for you.

Contact Us

At Lewis & Monroe, PLLC, we are dedicated to helping our clients make momentous life decisions to prepare for potential problems in the future. To schedule an appointment for a free initial office consultation with lawyer James H. Monroe, call us today at 407-917-4147 or contact us online.