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Personal Representative

It was a pleasure working with Heidi. She worked with my wife and I taking care of family business and was exceptional and giving advice and explaining the legal intricacies of what we we need to accomplish. Highly recommend her!

~ Dennis R

Heidi Webb is a respectable attorney who represented me outstandingly well in my case. In my opinion, I highly recommend her for anyone who is looking for someone to represent them in any difficult and delicate case. She did an excellent job communicating with me and listening to my concerns. She represented me well and treated me and my family very fairly. She was very understanding and helped me get through some of my most difficult times. I love the fact that she advised me very well, explained every detail with my case, often asked about the well being of my children, and informed me with key details throughout the entire process of my case. With Heidi, I felt very comfortable knowing she was in my corner and had no concerns losing her as a professional and family friend. I am so happy on how we finally settled on my case and feel a huge sense of relief and happiness. Thank You Heidi

~ JC

Instead of leaving your funeral wishes in your Will, communicate with your loved ones about what you want.

Ask Heidi: Should my funeral arrangements be part of my Estate Planning documents?

No, you do not want your arrangements in your estate documents. The funeral arrangements are made before the legal matters of the deceased Will.

Instead of leaving your funeral arrangements in your Will, communicate with your loved ones about what you want.in your Will, communicate with your loved ones about what you want. I also recommended making a separate document that spells out your wishes for the funeral and giving this document to the executor or executrix of your estate.

The items you DO want to include in your Estate Planning documents are:

In addition, for the Will to be valid in Florida it must have the following:

  • It must be in writing.
  • It must be signed by the testator (person making the will).
  • The testator signature must be at the end of the will.
  • The testator must sign the will in the presence of two witnesses.
  • The two witnesses must sign the will in the presence of the testator and in the presence of each other.

Heidi S. Webb, Attorney at Law, serves clients in Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach, Port Orange, Melbourne, and beyond with matters of Elder Law, Estate Planning, and Probate Law.

Contact her today to schedule a free consultation. Visit her page on Facebook, or see what her clients are saying to learn more about Heidi at www.heidiwebb.com.

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