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Thomas Upchurch is Palm Coast’s respected probate attorney and estate planning & administration lawyer. At Upchurch Law, we offer professional legal services to Palm Coast residents and surrounding areas.
If you or someone you know is in need of a Medicaid attorney, estate planning attorney, elder law attorney, guardianship attorney, or probate attorney, Upchurch Law can help. Contact us today to get started.
Do you need a trusted attorney to handle your legal affairs? Are you looking for a professional Florida probate attorney with years of experience working with families just like yours?
Don’t settle. At Upchurch Law, we have experience handling numerous Florida guardianship and estate planning cases, including various other legal situations.
After a loved one passes, it can be an emotional and challenging time for families. Dealing with the details of a loved one’s estate can be both stressful and overwhelming while in the midst of grief. Many don’t realize the many legal procedures involved in dividing the property of a loved one’s estate.
In an executor role, you’re tasked with understanding complex legal procedures pertaining to probate law. But you don’t have to do it alone.
With years of experience helping families with estate planning and probate, Thomas Upchurch understands how to alleviate stress and speed up the estate administration process. His sole focus is helping clients complete this important legal process by handling the important details and avoiding complications.
Need a simple will created? Are you in a situation where you’re contesting an inheritance agreement? At Upchurch Law, we’re committed to providing our clients with the best legal services in Palm Coast through top-notch professional service. We strive to keep costs low and our fees reasonable while offering the professional legal services you deserve.
Each of our clients receives the same access to the resources and support often provided by larger firms. As a smaller firm, we place a high value on offering our clients personalized attention by listening to their concerns and offering a great experience.
We understand how daunting and confusing the legal proceedings of probate matters, estate planning, guardianship, and elder care can be. When you choose Upchurch Law, we handle the complex legal matters and offer you the best representation available.
Have a question or concern? We’re always available. We promptly return emails and phone calls to ensure you receive top-notch service and the best legal information regarding your rights through any legal process. As your expert guide, we’ll help you navigate any legal issue with ease.
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