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Planning Ahead: Safeguarding Your Legacy and Loved Ones

How Estate Planning Mistakes Can Be Detrimental:

  • Misdirected Assets: Assets might not end up where you intended.
  • Unnecessary Taxes: Pay more than needed due to oversight.
  • Uncertain Guardianship: Courts deciding who raises your children.
  • Prolonged Probate: Assets stuck in court, causing delays and expenses.
  • Vulnerable to Creditors: Improper planning leaves assets exposed.
  • Ambiguous Healthcare Decisions: Without clear directives, loved ones face tough choices.

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This law firm is excellent. I've spoken to multiple members of the team, including Mr. Taylor himself, and they are all professional and personable. This firm has gone above and beyond to make sure that our expectations are met. My wife and I have met with Adam for estate planning and he has the patience of a saint. He carefully explained everything to me and we look forward to working with this firm.
Robert K.
I recently met with Adam Czaya to update my estate planning documents. Adam was very patient with me as we went over the documents page by page, answering my questions and making recommendations to meet my goals. Erin Savoie, Legal Assistant, followed up with updated documents for my review. I had some corrections and several questions. Erin handled it all and the final document was perfect. When I went to the office to sign the documents, the legal staff handled everything in a professional manner. I would highly recommend the Keith Taylor Law Group to anyone that is looking for legal assistance. They are pleasant to work with and very knowledgeable. You will not be disappointed.
Barbara M.
The absolute best. Everyone went above and beyond to help us. Adam answered all our questions and explained everything so that we understood. The presentation was so professional yet personal and welcoming. Erin was exceptional. She helped us when I found our situation changed, and time became critical to getting all of my boyfriends documents signed. Do yourself a favor, make an appointment so you can rest easy knowing your final wishes are known and your loved ones can be cared for.
Darla B.

Keith Taylor Law Group: Where Experience Meets Excellence

At Keith Taylor Law Group, we prioritize personalized estate planning, merging our clients’ unique wishes with our profound expertise. 

Led by the esteemed Keith Taylor, a board-certified Civil Trial attorney, our firm boasts decades of experience in intricate estate matters, from tailored Will crafting to complex fiduciary litigations.

Complementing Keith’s extensive credentials is Adam Czaya. Recognized as a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers Magazine and named Citrus County Pro Bono Attorney of the Year in 2020, Adam excels in probate, trust administrations, and litigation.

Together, this powerhouse duo ensures that your estate planning and related concerns are addressed with professionalism, sensitivity, and utmost dedication to your peace of mind.

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This information is based on Florida law at the time of publication and is not provided in the course of an attorney-client relationship. None of this information is intended to substitute for legal advice from an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction.

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