Pasco County Estate Planning Attorneys — 58 found

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  1. Pasco County Estate Planning Attorney David Anthony Hook

    David Hook

    New Port Richey, FL Estate Planning Attorney
    Licensed for 9 years
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  2. Pasco County Estate Planning Attorney Kristina Marie Hudson

    Kristina Hudson

    Port Richey, FL Estate Planning Attorney
    Licensed for 2 years
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  3. Pasco County Estate Planning Attorney Heather Marie Madigan

    Heather Madigan

    Hudson, FL Estate Planning Attorney
    Licensed for 9 years
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  4. Pasco County Estate Planning Attorney Mischelle C D'Angelone

    Mischelle D'Angelone

    Hudson, FL Estate Planning Attorney
    Licensed for 9 years
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  5. Pasco County Estate Planning Attorney Philip Bomhoff Jr.

    Philip Bomhoff

    Brooksville, FL Estate Planning Attorney
    Licensed for 19 years
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  6. Pasco County Estate Planning Attorney Jeffrey Alan Bacca

    Jeffrey Bacca

    New Port Richey, FL Estate Planning Attorney
    Licensed for 19 years
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  7. Pasco County Estate Planning Attorney Damien Antonio D'Ascenzio

    Damien D'Ascenzio

    Port Richey, FL Estate Planning Attorney
    Licensed for 6 years
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  8. Pasco County Estate Planning Attorney Laguerra G. Champagne

    Laguerra Champagne

    New Port Richey, FL Estate Planning Attorney
    Licensed for 12 years

Estate Planning

"Estate" is the legal term used to define your property and money—basically, everything that belongs to you. Estate planning attorneys tell you different strategies you can use to transfer your belongings after you die. By planning your estate, you can maximize its value by minimizing taxes and eliminating court costs and interference. Estate planning attorneys also help you control and protect your estate during your lifetime, by writing documents that allow you to transfer property and money to children, charities, or others in a way you desire.