Fort Myers Estate Planning Lawyer
Plan for Your Future Today
The Dorcey Law Firm, PLC, we understand that you want to protect and provide for your family, even
after you are no longer physically able to do so. Through the use of estate
planning documents like
wills and trusts, we are prepared to assist you in complex planning, legacy planning and
simple planning for your future as well as the future of your loved ones.
To begin the estate planning process, call for your
free case consultation!
Even if you are a resident of another state, we can help you care for your
parents or grandparents currently residing in Fort Myers both now and
in the future. Because we focus on providing
probate and estate planning services,
we are able to assist you in even the most complex matters of planning for your family or honoring your late loved ones' wishes.
Why choose to work with The Dorcey Law Firm, PLC?
- Our legal team provides clients with individualized services
- We can personally review your assets and select the best method of protection
for your needs
- Nearly a decade of experience helping over 2,400 clients
- Offering a free initial case evaluation
We understand that you have worked hard to earn and maintain your property,
and we want to assist you in passing that down to your children and other
The Florida Probate Process
If you are serving as a personal representative to a loved one's estate,
we can walk you through the probate process step by step with patient
and experience counsel. If he or she did not leave a valid will, we understand
that it may be even more difficult to honor your late relative's last wishes.
understand Florida intestate law and are well-equipped to assist you in
managing and distributing the property as efficiently as possible. Whether you are the personal representative,
also called an executor in some states, or the trustee, our firm can help you
administer an estate or trust. Additionally, we can negotiate and aggressively represent your best interests
if you are involved in
estate and trust litigation.
Helping Residents of Lee County
To help you provide for your family in the future, we can assist you in
protecting your property now. There are a variety of steps you can take
to safeguard your assets, and a
Fort Myers estate planning attorney can help you choose the best form of
asset protection for your needs.
Regardless of the route you choose, we can assist you in safeguarding your
property against, such issues as:
- The probate process
- The IRS
Florida is a particularly debtor-friendly state, providing such protection
as the Homestead exemption, and we can help you preserve your assets locally.
Additionally, we can assist you in securing your property domestically
Estate & Trust Litigation in Fort Myers
We can help
ensure that every aspect of the estate and trust administration process
is legally completed. If you are a beneficiary of an estate or trust, the personal representative
or trustee has a fiduciary duty to act in your best interest. If a personal
representative or trustee chooses to abuse the power of the position,
he or she may be charged with a
breach of fiduciary duty, such as
concealment of assets, which may lead to serious consequences.
Your inheritance may have both economic and personal value to you, and
we can assist you in obtaining what is rightfully yours whether it is
through tactful negotiation or aggressive litigation. Working with co-counsel
across the state of Florida, our firm can help you with a variety of matters, including
will contests and
Experience You Can Trust in Fort Myers, FL
experience helping thousands of clients with their probate and estate planning needs, we are well prepared to assist you. As a member of WealthCounsel, our
attorney understands the importance of your financial situation and can
help you protect what you have and use it to help build a lasting legacy
for your family.
Clients come first at our firm, and we can provide you with the individualized
attention you deserve. Because every client's case is different, we
take the time to carefully review their circumstances and provide them
with counsel based on their unique situations.