Wills, Probate

Trusts, Estate Planning

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

Personal Representative

We recently completed a new will and trust with Heidi Webb, attorney in Daytona Beach. Even though we had these documents from another state, they needed to be replaced to comply with Florida laws. When we met with Heidi, she reviewed our documents, explained what needed to be done and why, and answered all our questions and concerns. Where other lawyers said what we should do, Heidi asked us what we wanted to do and then explained pros and cons. We never felt rushed and she gave us all the time we needed to make our final decisions. Her professionalism, interest in her clients, friendly personality and care went a long way to making the whole process easy and very pleasant. We highly recommend Heidi Webb for your estate planning needs.

~ Daniel R

Heidi Webb in an excellent attorney ! She is extremely knowledgeable, professional, affordable and amazingly easy to reach.
Heidi was essential in the startup of our new company and remains a central figure guiding us every step of the way.
In addition, she is very pleasant to work with and easy to understand. I don't know what we would have done without her but I'm sure glad we didn't have to find out.
I would recommend Heidi Webb to anyone in search of a terrific attorney !!! 

~ Ray M

revising your estate plan after remarriage.

Should I Change My Plan Now that I am Remarried?

If you are planning to remarry or have already remarried, you need to revisit your estate plan to ensure that your wishes and those of your future spouse are protected. Here are three reasons why I advise revising your estate plan after remarriage.

Protect your children from prior marriages

Suppose no appropriate estate planning is in place. In that case, you can imagine a scenario where one spouse with children from a prior marriage dies and, after inheriting the entirety of the joint assets of the estate, the surviving spouse disinherits those children by leaving everything only to the natural-born children of the surviving spouse.

Protect your new spouse

Estate planning will ensure that the new spouse is protected after remarriage. After remarriage, if one spouse dies before updating his or her will and beneficiary designations to include his or her new spouse, the new spouse may be left without the inheritance his or her spouse wanted.

Protect your health care wishes

It is essential to have an advanced health care directive in place. By having appropriately drafted and completed legal documents, spouses can communicate their specific wishes regarding healthcare decisions and medical treatment and eliminate the potential for conflict.

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

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