Do you have a Trust in place to protect yourself and your loved ones if something happens to you?
Have you properly named your beneficiaries?
Do you have a plan in place in the event that you become incapacitated?

At the Law Offices of Ginger R. Lore, P.A. we can help develop a plan to protect you and your family if a tragedy occurs and upon your passing.

Estate Planning
Through estate planning you can name a guardian for your minor children; state your wishes for your financial affairs, health care and end-of-life care if you become incapacitated; and identify family members and other loved ones that you wish to receive your property after your death.
After a person dies, ownership of his or her property, assets and personal effects must be passed on to the beneficiaries (heirs). “Probate” is the legal name given to this process.
In a guardianship, a person, institution, or agency is appointed by the court to manage the affairs of another ("ward”).   In Florida, a guardian must be represented by an attorney.  A guardian has a duty to act in the ward’s best interest and must file certain reports with the court.
Special Needs Planning
A Special Needs Trust, also known as a Supplemental Needs Trust, allows families to manage their financial resources to provide for their loved ones -- without affecting their eligibility for government benefits such as Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Medicaid.
Medicaid Planning
Medicaid planning provides options that allow a loved one to receive benefits without having to give up hard-earned savings.