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

1002 East New Haven Avenue
Melbourne, FL 32901
(321) 821-2321

Personal Representative

Heidi is a very client-focused attorney with proven results. Working for Heidi I witnessed first-hand the great rapport she maintained with both other attorneys and the courts, leading to quick and efficient legal satisfaction for her clients. In fact, almost all of our new clients were acquired due to recommendations from other clients or attorneys.

~ Erik M

Heidi was highly recommended to us as an estate lawyer, and we couldn't be happier in choosing Heidi to set up a trust plan for us. Though professional, she's warm and friendly, making the entire process stress free, explaining everything in terms that were easy for us to understand. She was very thorough and addressed and answered all our concerns.

~ Pat W

MYTH #4: Once I put a plan in place, I don’t need to revisit it later.

 

Estate Planning Myths

Planning is never a “once and done” proposition. Your life, preferences, and goals change over time and maybe also be impacted by outside influences, such as the financial markets, tax law changes, and economic events. What if you marry or divorce, welcome a new child or grandchild, your minor children become adults, you move to another state, or experience the death of a spouse? All of these changes need to be reflected in your estate and legacy planning. That’s why it’s important to periodically review and update your estate planning documents, including your beneficiary designations and how your various accounts are titled.

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