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.
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
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