Central Florida and Greater Orlando Estate Planning Attorneys

At The Law Office of Stephen D. Dunegan, we understand that every individual is unique.  Because of this, we begin the estate planning process for each client by taking the time to understand your unique goals and concerns, the unique dynamics of your family, and what you want your legacy to be. Once a plan has been developed, we draft the appropriate estate plan to meet those objectives, whether it be a simple will, a Revocable Living Trust coupled with a Pour Over Will, or some other more complicated structure as your situation dictates. In all cases we also prepare a Power of Attorney, Designation of Health Care Surrogate, HIPAA Authorization and Living Will to address that all-important question of who will handle your life if you cannot. By working with the attorneys at The Law Office of Stephen D. Dunegan your estate plan will address your unique needs and goals using an approach that makes sense to you and a strategy that you can be confident in.

Whether you are looking to create your estate plan for the first time or to update your existing plan, the estate planning attorneys at The Law Office of Stephen D. Dunegan can help you create your comprehensive and personalized estate plan, providing you peace of mind that your wishes will be followed.

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