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Estate Planning

We are attorneys committed to assisting the people of the Sarasota Bradenton area.

Whichever attorney you choose for your estate planning, there are some things you need to consider.

If you do not have a will, Florida probate laws will determine who will inherit the fruits of your labor.  However, even if you are satisfied with whom Florida determines is entitled to your assets, dying without a will can complicate matters for your loved ones.

If you have minor children and/or grandchildren, you can create a  trust under your will (testimentary trust) for their benefit.

If you wish to avoid probate altogether, you can opt to put some or all of your hard-earned assets into a trust.  You can make your trust revocable or irrevocable, with benefits for each type of trust.  You can even make specific trusts for the benefit of loved ones with special needs or for your favorite charities.

Dr. Grivas has significant legal experience reviewing thousands of inter vivos trusts and trusts under will for a prominent financial firm.  Other than identifying the benificiaries and trustees, the specific powers of trustees can be extremely contentious.  You should make sure your attorney drafts trustee powers that reflect your wishes.   

We look forward to meeting with you throughout the Sarasota Bradenton area.  Please call (941) 201-5162 or e-mail us at for a free consultation.

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