Estate Planning for Same-Sex and Unmarried Couples

As a same-sex or unmarried couple in Florida, the law states that you do not have the same rights as married couples. It is possible to create these rights for yourself, however, with the help of an experienced estate planning lawyer.

I am attorney Robert C. Adamski. For more than 30 years, I have been assisting individuals with their estate planning needs throughout Florida. I have the skills required to handle any estate planning matters for same-sex and unmarried couples. My free initial estate plan consultations are always available. Contact my Cape Coral law firm to schedule your appointment, and I will return the favor by sending you an organizer to assist in our first meeting.

Obtain the Rights You Need From a Wills and Trusts Lawyer

Under Florida laws, same-sex and unmarried couples do not share the same responsibilities and privileges than married couples. For this reason, it is critical to speak with an experienced estate planning lawyer in order to establish certain legal rights for one another. The rights I can help you achieve through estate planning include:

  • The right to visit a person in the hospital
  • The right to inherit
  • The right to make critical health decisions
  • The right to make important financial decisions

I can help with all issues you have regarding planning for your future or granting certain rights to your loved one.

Estate Planning Techniques That Give You Critical Rights as a Couple

There are many tools I can utilize to ensure you receive the rights that you wish to have together. These tools include:

  • Wills and trusts
  • Powers of attorney
  • Health care surrogates or health care directives
  • Guardianships
  • Living wills and health care surrogates
  • Shared property contracts

Contact Estate Planning Attorney Robert C. Adamski

Contact my Florida law firm for assistance with your same sex or unmarried couple estate planning needs. Your first consultation is free. I will gladly answer any of your questions regarding the rights that you and your loved one have.