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St. Petersburg Estate Planning & Probate Law Firm
An experienced Estate Planning attorney dedicated to you & your family
Everyone has their own unique concerns, worries and reasons for getting their estate planning taken care of.
Maybe you just want to make things easy for your family when the time comes because you’ve seen how long, expensive and difficult the probate administration process can be.
Or maybe you want to protect the assets you’ve worked so hard to accumulate during your lifetime and you want to make sure they stay in your family.
Perhaps you want to protect your children by naming a guardian who will raise them if you can’t be there, and you want to put a plan in place to insures they don’t frivolously waste their inheritance before becoming mature, responsible adults.
Or you want to avoid probate and preserve family harmony, or avoid estate taxes so you can pass down a legacy.
Whatever your reasons may be, we’ve discovered that, deep down, what clients really want most is to know that your family will be taken care of when you pass away or become incapacitated.
As an estate planning and probate law firm, Mastry Law is dedicated to helping clients throughout St. Petersburg and the Tampa Bay area make thoughtful decisions about how their families will be cared for when it matters the most.
By focusing on your wishes and your concerns, and by discovering your unique needs, your individual circumstances and your family dynamics we are able to craft estate planning solutions that provide you with peace of mind and assurance that your family and children will be taken care of when it really matters.
We invite you to take the next step and learn more about how we can help you and your family by scheduling a call with Mike Mastry now.
Are you the parent of minor children? If yes, then they are your most valuable treasure. So, what arrangements have you made for their care should something happen to you and their other parent?
Planning for Blended Families
Times have changed. In the new millennium, whether due to the death of a spouse or through divorce, blended families now outnumber traditional nuclear families. And the number is likely to grow, based on current statistics and trends.
Planning for Married Couples
With each marriage come new rights and new responsibilities. If you already had an estate plan created when you were single, then you need to bring your estate plan up-to-date to reflect your wedding vows.
Planning During Peak Earning Years
Are you between age 40 and 55? If yes, then congratulations. Research has shown that you are in your peak earning years. And that is a very good thing.
Planning During Retirement
You have arrived. Just a moment ago you were Nearing Retirement. How did you get to this place in life so quickly? Yikes, what do you need to do right now in preparation for that day?