Experienced Counsel in Matters Involving Wills, Estate Planning and Power of Attorney.

When you need to establish a plan for the distribution of your property, you want an attorney with experience, one who has successfully helped others create effective estate plans.

At the law office of William D. Slicker, P.A., attorney Slicker brings over 35 years of experience to individuals throughout the Tampa Bay area. He has built his practice on a commitment to a high level of personal service and attention. When you hire Mr. Slicker to help you with your estate planning, you will always work directly with him. When you have questions about wills, trusts or guardianships, he will either make himself available or will promptly return your call. Use the email form to the right or call him at 727-322-2795 to schedule a free initial consultation.

When you retain attorney Slicker to help you with your estate planning, he starts by asking you questions, so that he can have a full understanding of your circumstances as well as your objectives. Next, Mr. Slicker will carefully explain the different strategies available to help you accomplish your goals, including the use of wills and trusts, the retitling of assets, and planned giving. Together, you will evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of the different estate planning tools and choose those that best meet your needs.

Once you have selected the approach that works for you, attorney Slicker will prepare and execute all the documents necessary to put your estate plan into place, including:

  • Wills: A will is a written document that identifies how your property will be distributed and who you would like to provide for the care of minor children.
  • Trusts: A trust is a separate legal entity that can own property. You can transfer property into a trust while you are alive or have it transferred upon your death.
  • Powers of attorney: A power of attorney gives another person the legal right to make decisions for you.
  • Health care surrogate forms: A health care surrogate form can give another person the right to make medical decisions for you.

If you do not prepare and execute a will or trust, your property may be distributed according to the Florida’s intestacy laws, which may or may not be in accordance with your wishes.

Contact an Estate Planning Attorney in St. Petersburg, Florida

Without an attorney, estate planning can be long and complicated. Furthermore, the emotional challenges that come with estate planning can make this an uncomfortable burden. An experienced estate planning lawyer will take care of the legal issues for you, so that you can focus on spending your time with your loved ones.

To set up a free initial consultation, use the email form to the right or call 727-322-2795. The office is open from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and evenings and weekends by appointment. Russian, Vietnamese, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese translation services are available.