Q&A with Wills, Trusts & Estate Expert, Robin Merriman
Introducing new educational video series to address common estate planning questions and concerns
Over the next month, Robbie Merriman will address the following questions:
- During this unnerving time, can you educate us about the process of getting a will?
- Why is it important to have a will?
- What is Power of Attorney? Why is it important that someone have one?
- What’s the difference between a living will and a do not resuscitate?
- What is a living will and how does one get one?
- Should you discuss parts of your will with your children?
- In these unprecedented times, what are your clients general concerns?
In this first video, we discuss the process of getting a will.
Links & Resources
- To read the bio of our Wills, Trusts & Estates attorney, Robin D. Merriman, II, click on his name.
- Review each of our practice areas at LawDefined.com/WhatWeDo
- Review all of our team’s bios at LawDefined.com/WhoWeAre.
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Aloia, Roland, Lubell & Morgan, PLLC is a full-service law firm with practice areas in business and real estate law, commercial litigation, wills, trusts and estate planning, personal injury, class action litigation and family law. Established in 2004 and led by senior partners, Frank Aloia, Jr., Ty Roland, Evan Lubell and Jack Morgan III, the firm has deep roots in Southwest Florida, proudly serving its community with eight attorneys and more than 20 support staff.