Sending out a big T/Y to Heidi Webb, for helping me through a rough time in my life related to some Estate related legal stuff that was added to an already overstressed life. I know it’s her job, but she was always there for me with moral support and concern as well as legally. It’s finally winding down and I can soon get on with my life! And that, is …PRICELESS! I highly recommend her to anyone in the area that needs elder law and probate / estate/ wills etc. She’s Daytona’s coolest attorney!
~ Dan H.
Heidi did an AMAZING job as our estate planner! With a somewhat complicated situation in creating a trust for us, as we were living in different states at the time, she made the process easy to understand. Her knowledge of estate planning in all areas of the country was invaluable in assisting us with our needs and explaining each step through the process. We would gladly encourage anyone hiring an estate planner to consider Heidi Webb. Thank you Heidi! :)
~ Sarah L
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