Wills, Probate

Trusts, Estate Planning

140 South Beach Street, Suite 310
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
(386) 257-3332

Personal Representative

What a wonderful, professional Attorney my family and I found in Heidi Webb! For years, we put off creating a formal will and medical directives, but COVID-19 was the wake up we needed. I knew that we could no longer procrastinate. I searched around town and made a few phone calls and decided on Heidi’s firm. Everything went smoothly. In our first phone conversation, she shared valuable information about things that I never knew or considered. I really appreciated the advice. Her assistant, Molly was also very helpful. Heidi provided all the forms we needed to protect our family and property as well as our medical wishes. The process did not take long and was done via telephone, email, mail, and video conferencing. We could have gone into her office to complete the process, but we chose to use these methods due to COVID-19 restrictions. I am so thankful to Heidi and her team for their help getting things in order for our family. I consider her to be trustworthy and highly ethical. Based on our experience with Heidi and her team, I also consider her to be warm and welcoming with all varying types of people and cultures. Thanks again Heidi and Team!

~ Cecile B

I recently had a difficult legal matter dealing with Trusts and Power of Attorney concerning my elderly parents. Heidi immediately took on the task with calmness and reassurance – and I felt things would work out – and they did. It was her priority to get everything in order and quickly. Heidi is a great person and cares deeply for her clients. I would highly recommend her. Thank you for a job well done.

 

~ Ron O

ASK HEIDI: What is a Healthcare Surrogate?

thumps-up-docShort Answer:   A health care surrogate is an adult who is appointed to make healthcare decisions for you when you become unable to make them for yourself.

Why it’s Important: You are ensuring that your healthcare decisions are in the hands of someone you trust. In the event you reach the point that you are not able to handle your own medical decisions because of injury, illness or your advanced age, having the appropriate legal paperwork in place are essential parts of your lifeline. If you don’t want to write down your wishes in regards to your medical care, you want to at a minimum ensure you have someone named to oversee your medical care. When naming your Healthcare Surrogate, you can name any person you trust, most people choose a spouse, parent, adult child or close friend to handle the job. This adult does not need to be a family member but someone you trust, who is willing to take on the responsibility and will follow your wishes. Florida law declares that the person you name as your surrogate cannot witness the document. If you have not named a Healthcare Surrogate, you should schedule an appointment with an estate attorney in the state in which you reside, who can guide you through the process and make other suggestions regarding preparing for the future of you and your family.

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