When Should You Start Estate Planning?

It is almost never too early to start estate planning, but it can be too late. You can only create an estate plan while you are alive and competent -- meaning you have the required mental capacity. When a terminal illness or degenerative condition affects your ability to think, remember, or communicate your wishes, it could also interfere with your ability to control what happens to your assets after you pass away. You shouldn’t wait to see if you will be diagnosed with these conditions. Start your estate planning early so you know your wishes will be protected.

McCabe Harrison

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McCabe is a knowledgeable and compassionate estate planning and probate attorney with a special understanding of the financial and tax side of your final affairs. With an advanced degree (L.L.M.) in taxation, and deep connections to Florida, McCabe balances love and logic in helping his clients create and execute their estate plans.

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Casey Harrison

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Casey is a sympathetic and savvy probate attorney with nearly a decade of experience first working within, and later arguing in front of, Florida’s circuit and appellate courts. He applies this versatile background with attentiveness and an even-keeled approach to address your most complicated probate matters from an all-around perspective.

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