Wills, Probate

Trusts, Estate Planning

210 South Beach Street, Suite 202
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
(386) 257-3332

Personal Representative
Heidi handled the creation of our estate plan which includes a trust. In the consultation she explained all of our options and the cost involved with them. After a couple of more meetings with her we now have a completed estate plan we are very happy and comfortable with. Heidi and her team were easy to contact with questions along the way. We would highly recommend her for any estate planning needs.

~ Lisa C

We had a wonderful experience with Heidi Webb and her staff when updating our will and trust. Heidi made everything easy with forms to help us cover all items essential to our trust document. She went item by item to understand our wants and needs and made the process very understandable and easy. Both she and her staff are very personable and accommodating with schedules and time. We would highly recommend Heidi Webb Law Firm.

~ Donna R

MYTH #2: Estate planning is only about distributing my assets after I’m gone.

Estate Planning Myths

Incapacity planning is an area of planning that encompasses far more than managing your assets after your lifetime.  Incapacity planning is an ever-evolving plan —I like to call it Life Stage Planning and it is the preparation for unexpected events at every stage of your life.  When you have a young family it would include naming a guardian for your minor children as well as a Conservator or Trustee to manage their finances while they are under the age of majority [or longer if that is your wish].  As we age it becomes more important to think about who will manage your affairs if you’re no longer able to do so yourself, to the type of care you will you receive, and who will oversee your care.

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