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WHO WE ARE

The professionals at the Davey Law Group, P.A., pride themselves on serving a wide range of clients across the state of Florida. We meet our clients’ needs in regards to estate planning, probate, guardianship, guardian advocacy, and special needs trusts. Our goal is to make this process proceed as smoothly and quickly as possible. We do more than solve problems; we educate our clients about the legal process. We understand that for some this is often a stressful time, so we strive to make our clients as comfortable as possible. To find out more about our firm, please look around our website and be sure to contact us if you have any questions.

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WHAT WE DO

We focus our practice on five main areas of law: Estate Planning, Probate, Guardianship, Guardian Advocacy and Special Needs Trusts. Click on the practice areas below for more information including General Information, Frequently Asked Questions, and supporting documents. We are available to assist you with your legal needs and to guide and direct you through the entire process.

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GETTING STARTED

Many times the first question that clients ask us is how to get started. Often the first step is an assessment of the client’s situation. We use a variety of questionnaires to assist clients in gathering their information for their initial consultation. Here on our website, there are questionnaires for Estate Planning, Probate, Adult Guardianship, Minor Guardianship, and Special Needs Trusts. Additionally, there is information regarding Guardian Advocacy. These tools help clients be prepared and save money by streamlining the process. After we have been retained by the client, we immediately get to work on addressing your concerns.

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We do more than solve problems; we educate our clients about the legal process.

OUR PRACTICE AREAS

“Estate Planning is just a complicated way of saying planning for the future,” says Catherine Davey, Attorney at Law. Our professionals seek to make this process straightforward to address our clients’ goals. We seek to resolve any concerns our clients might have and satisfy their need to have a solid plan for their future and their family’s future.

 

“Probate is the process of transferring your assets (home, car, investments, etc…) to someone else,” says Catherine Davey, Attorney at Law. Often this is a difficult time for our clients. There are a lot of emotions and family connections that make this particularly stressful for many. Our professionals seek to make this difficult time more comfortable. By educating and informing our clients of the procedures and advising them on how to move through the probate process as quickly and simply as possible.

“Guardianship is a legal mechanism employed to protect those who cannot protect themselves or who can no longer protect themselves,” says Catherine Davey, Attorney at Law. The circumstances for Guardianship are unique and vary from case to case. There are some similarities between the process, and we have information available to educate about Guardianship in general. Additionally, we have information on Guardian Advocacy if that pertains to your particular situation.

“Special Needs Trusts allow the disabled person to maintain their government benefits. The Trusts also improve the quality of life of the disabled person both with their funds and those contributed by others” says Catherine Davey, Attorney at Law. To find out more about Special Needs Trusts including Self-Funded Special Needs Trusts, Third Party-Funded Special Needs Trusts, Pooled Trusts, and Qualified Income “Miller” Trusts click here.

“We have known Catherine for the past 15 years. As we have grown and evolved, what I have valued most about our relationship is that Catherine knows us and our family.”

David Smith

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