To Schedule An Appointment Click Or Call- 561-901-9926
Us On
View Our Q&A Videos

Recent Blog Posts


Are You Selling Your Home? Follow These Four Tips

By Protect My Assets Law Group |

A home is one of life’s biggest investments. Before making a decision to sell yours, either as the result of a job change, to accommodate a growing family, or to downsize in preparation for retirement, you want to be sure and take the appropriate steps to protect yourself and your investment. Having an experienced… Read More »


Estate Planning for Millennials

By Protect My Assets Law Group |

For people in their twenties and thirties, thinking about the potential for disabilities and making end of life plans is likely to be at the bottom of your to do list. The fact is, you are never too young or too old to consider estate planning as a way to protect yourself and your… Read More »


Four Things to Consider when Making A Will

By Protect My Assets Law Group |

Making a will is one of those tasks that is easy to put off. Unfortunately, without one in place, you could be putting your loved ones’ rights at risk. Creating a will does not have to be a complicated process. The following outlines four basic items you will want to give some thought to,… Read More »


Deciding on Life Insurance as Part of Your Estate Plan

By Protect My Assets Law Group |

Making sure you and your loved ones are provided for in the future is one of the primary goals of estate planning. In addition to creating a will, trust, and other types of legal documents to protect your assets and interests, you may want to consider the need for life insurance. There are different… Read More »


Estate Planning To-Do List

By Protect My Assets Law Group |

Now is also the time to give some thought to the year ahead, which should include reviewing your estate planning documents. We have collected the following tips for you to act on now, so you will be ready and prepared for whatever the new year holds for you and those you love. Estate Planning… Read More »


Updating Your Estate Plan when You Remarry

By Protect My Assets Law Group |

If you have previously gone through a divorce, you may have initially been gun shy about getting remarried. For many people in this situation, they eventually meet the right person, and find themselves tying the knot for a second or even third time. After having learned from past experiences, these marriages often stand an… Read More »


Situations Involving Guardianship In Florida

By Protect My Assets Law Group |

A guardianship involves one person who is appointed to handle the care or financial affairs of another. Children without parents need a responsible adult looking out for them and making important decisions on their behalf, but there are situations in which a guardian is required for adults. Guardianship proceedings in Florida are intended to… Read More »


Power Of Attorney and Health Care Advance Directives

By Protect My Assets Law Group |

A power of attorney is a legal document granting another party the authority to make financial decisions on your behalf in the event you become incapacitated. Health care advance directives act in a similar fashion, detailing your wishes and granting authority to another to make decisions regarding your health care and end of life… Read More »


Understanding The Florida Probate Process

By Protect My Assets Law Group |

There are numerous misunderstandings about what is involved in the Florida probate process. Without a valid will, a trust, or other legal documents, time consuming and costly proceedings are often required to ensure the deceased person’s debts are paid and any remaining property is distributed to the rightful heirs. With the proper estate planning… Read More »


Do I Really Need A Will?

By Protect My Assets Law Group |

As a fundamental tool in estate planning, a will serves a variety of purposes, from allowing you to outline how you want your final arrangements to be handled to saving your loved ones time and money in probate proceedings. The following outlines some of the many uses for a will, as well as what… Read More »