Peace of mind is an estate well-planned
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LD Legal, LLC, a Gainesville, Florida law firm offering cost efficient, practical and thorough solutions for:
- Estate planning (Wills, Trusts, Power of Attorney, Health Care Directives)
- Probate court administration
- Guardianship administration
Long H. Duong (last name prounced “Young”) assists clients in planning, preserving and transferring their estates. It is our goal to guide clients through the process and ensure they understand our strategies and procedural choices.
If you or someone you know has questions about any of our practice areas, contact us today (via phone or our contact form) and we’ll schedule a free phone consultation or an in office consultation.
(numbers never lie)
On your Second Marriage?If you have remarried and have children, you’ve got work to do. Don’t assume that your children will get equal treatment if you die first.
What is Estate Planning?Estate planning is a broad category that includes the execution of Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Health Care Directives and Real Estate transfers. Everyone should have an estate plan, no matter how modest the estate.
What is Probate?Probate administration (often referred to as “summary administration” or “formal administration”) is the court-supervised process where a personal representative (executor) settles and transfers title of assets and cash accounts.
What is Guardianship?Guardianship administration is also a court supervised process that is employed to assist incapacitated persons with day to day living concerns and their property. Guardianships are also necessary for minors who are receiving financial interests that exceed $15,000.
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About your Consultation
Consultations by phone are free for 20 minutes. We’ll determine quickly if your consultation might require a more substantial time commitment or in-office meeting. Our goal is to identify your planning or administration issues, determine a strategy and layout you options. Whenever possible, we’ll give you a quote for estimated fees at the end of our consultation.
Please note: While we’d love the opportunity to represent you, a written agreement is required to establish an attorney-client relationship.