Wills, Probate

Trusts, Estate Planning

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

Personal Representative

Heidi brought ingenuity and intellect to our practice of law. She was always the “go to” person for handling difficult issues in a case. Heidi’s mastery over the law and all related issues was impressive. She epitomizes “grace under pressure”.

~ Erin Schaden

Hello Heidi,

My name is Bill S. I am the youngest child of Tony and Ann S. We have never met, but from what I have seen and heard from my Dad, you have done some amazing things to help him. He has praised your efforts enormously to both me and my Brother Bob.

I wanted to reach out and send a quick note of appreciation for helping him through a very tough time. Although you may have not received much in the way of money for your work on this, (My Dad shared with me your bill), please know that you have made an enormous difference in our lives.

My Dad has been a “prisoner” in his house for a few years now, and the help that he has been able to get through your assistance, has been truly invaluable. I was down there last week and we had a few tough days. I am not sure what we have done without the assistance that you helped provide.

Thank you dearly for all you have done, you have truly been an angel for our family. God Bless You and your family!!!

~ Bill S.

health care surrogate

What is a Health Care Surrogate?

A Health Care Surrogate is a person you authorize to make medical decisions for you when you cannot. It is important to discuss your wishes in advance with your Health Care Surrogate so they can make decisions based on this conversation.

Who can be a Health Care Surrogate?

Any competent individual who is at least 18 years old can be your Health Care Surrogate.  In many cases, this is someone different from your Financial Power of Attorney —possibly a friend/relative with medical experience.  I counsel my clients to be very thoughtful about their decision and to consider how the designee will feel about the role.  For example, your 25-year-old child while legally eligible may feel overwhelmed by such a position at that age.  I also recommend choosing a second person as an alternate in the case of your first choice is not available or unable to make decisions on your behalf.

Heidi S. Webb, Attorney at Law, serves clients all over the state of Florida with Estate Planning and Probate. She has offices in Daytona Beach and Melbourne but can meet via phone or Zoom with clients statewide. 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 at www.heidiwebb.com.

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