Estate planning and probate attorney Thomas Upchurch of Upchurch Law offers legal services to Port Orange residents in need of an elder law attorney, guardianship attorney, medicaid attorney, estate planning attorney, probate attorney, and more.
When you are looking for someone to handle your legal affairs, you need a probate attorney with years of experience handling Florida estate planning and guardianship cases—as well as many other situations.
When someone you care about passes, it is an emotionally challenging time. Dealing with the intricacies of your loved one’s estate is often a demanding and mentally draining endeavor. There are numerous legal procedures involved with the administration and division of the property of an estate.
As an executor of an estate, you are faced with the burden of learning and understanding the intricate legal procedures involved. With years of experience in estate planning and probate law, Thomas Upchurch understands how to expedite the estate administration process. As a Florida probate attorney he is focused on helping clients faced with fiduciary responsibilities through this process as smoothly as possible.
At Upchurch Law, we believe in providing the highest quality of legal services to our clients. Whether you need to have a simple will created or you’re contesting a complicated inheritance arrangement. Mr. Upchurch’s goal is to provide exceptional personal service with low overhead cost. For this reason, we strive to keep our costs and fees reasonable when providing clients assistance on probate matters.
Upchurch Law provides clients with the resources and support of much larger firms, but with the close, personal attention only a small firm can offer. Thomas Upchurch understands that legal proceedings, probate matters, and estate planning can be complex and confusing. At the Upchurch Law Firm, it’s our priority to provide you with the best legal representation that is straightforward, honest, and educational.
We are always accessible and will promptly return your calls and emails. We strive to make sure that our clients receive the best information regarding their rights throughout the entire legal process and we serve as an expert guide to help clients navigate difficult and stressful legal issues.
When a loved one passes away, it’s a stressful time. Don’t take on the stress of Florida’s probate process. At Upchurch Law, we’re here to help you through the process and manage any issues that may arise. Thomas Upchurch is an experienced probate attorney who will advocate for your interests and protect your rights. Contact us today to set up a consultation and see how we can help you.
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