Wills, Probate

Trusts, Estate Planning

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

Personal Representative

Heidi has prepared wills, durable power of attorney and Living wills for multiple relatives, my mother and me.

We recently needed to update documents for my mom. After a couple of phone consultations during which Heidi asked questions to ascertain all of our needs, we scheduled an appointment to meet and sign. Heidi always displays great level of care, concern and professionalism. She is very knowledgeable and quite thorough. The whole process was very smooth and easy. Mom was comfortable and felt heard and cared for. I have recommended Heidi to a number of friends and family and they have all echoed the same sentiment. If you are looking for the utmost respect and care while completing your estate planning I urge you to call Heidi.

~ Michael U

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

remarried

Should I Change My Plan Now that I am Remarried?

If you are planning to remarry or have already remarried, you should revisit your estate plan to ensure that your wishes and those of your future spouse are protected. Why?

  1. Protect your children from prior marriages

If a spouse with children from a prior marriage dies and leaves everything to their new spouse via Will, there is nothing precluding a surviving spouse from not providing for his/her stepchildren —even if they had in their prior Will that they would not —Wills are always changeable.

  2. Protect your new spouse

Estate planning will ensure that the new spouse is protected. 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 —under some scenarios possibly being displaced from the home.

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.

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