No matter how far in the future, the time will come when you have either become incapacitated or died; let us help you develop or update your plan so it may protect the people you love and the assets you own!
Helping You Plan for Your Family’s Future
At Barbara M. Pizzolato, P.A., we understand that every estate, regardless of size, is an important one, so we work hard to create or update a plan tailor made for you. After attending one of our seminars, we begin our estate-planning process by first getting to know you and your unique situation, needs, and desires. We then discuss various options for your estate and recommend the best possible plan for you!
Comparison of Estate-Planning Options
Barbara M. Pizzolato, P.A. handles all aspects of estate planning, including those listed below. Click on the areas that interest you to learn more
Life Evolves, So Should Your Estate Plan
Life is full of ever-changing circumstances, so it is important to regularly review your estate plan to account for changes in estate and tax law or even changes in your life. Failing to update your estate-planning documents can cost you – costs which are typically greater than the cost of keeping your plan up-to-date.
So, after your first document signing with us, whether to create or restate your estate plan, be sure to ask about our Lawyer for Life Estate Plan Maintenance Program. As one of our maintenance clients, we send you periodic bulletins about recent or upcoming changes to the law, review your plan with you every two years, and permit you to tinker with your plan within the maintenance program guidelines to address changes in your life.
Fort Myers (Main Office):
12751 New Brittany Blvd.
Fort Myers, FL 33907
F: (239) 221-0279
By Appointment only
New York Office:
Suite 240, One Suffolk Square
1601 Veterans Memorial Hwy
Islandia, NY 11749
F: (239) 221-0279
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