Peace of mind. What does it mean to you? For the Grimaldi Law Firm, a leading estate planning law firm in Florida, there is nothing we celebrate more than peace of mind.
For some it may mean having little stress to deal with in day to day life. It may mean turning on an alarm system at night and knowing that your family is safe and sound. For others, it may mean financial security.
But for Grimaldi Law Firm, peace of mind means taking the steps necessary to protect your family should something happen to you, because there is nothing better than being prepared for life’s bumpy roads.
I may be an attorney specializing in real estate, wills and trusts, and probate law in Florida, but first and foremost, I am a mom. A new mom, at that. And it wasn’t until I became a mother to my son did I realize the importance of having a plan that would ensure that no matter what – my son would be taken care of should something happen to me. This was the peace of mind I needed to sleep soundly at night, and ultimately, the peace of mind I found other new moms around me needing.
With this, my Peace of Mind (POM) Plan, was also born.
The Grimaldi Law Firm’s POM Plan means you’ll achieve peace of mind by working together with me, personally, to put together a customized plan for your family. I will work alongside you and your family, offering comprehensive guidance to ensure that your children will be cared for by the people you want, in the way that you want, in case something happens to you.
The Family Piece of Mind (POM) Plan spares no details when it comes to developing a plan for your family’s future. From legal documents naming short-term guardians to medical powers of attorney for your minor children, you can rest assured that Grimaldi Law Firm will protect your family as if it were our own.
What else can you expect from a POM Plan?
• A custom, personalized wallet I.D. card with emergency contact information.
• Letters to the people you name as short-term guardians so the people you’ve named will know just what to do if called upon.
• Explicit instructions for how to care for your kids in the event you are in an accident
• Legal documents to name long-term guardians who will raise your children just as you would to avoid any family custody battles.
• Letters to your long-term guardians letting them know what to do if called upon.
• Instructions and guidelines for your long-term guardians on how you want your kids to be raised, including the values that are important to you.
The thing is, your family’s future does not just depend on making sure money is distributed amongst the people you love. It doesn’t mean only determining which child gets to keep the china, or who inherits your heirlooms. It means EVERY last detail is accounted for, and at the Grimaldi Law Firm, your future is our present.
About the Author: Melinda Grimaldi is an attorney in Hollywood, Florida, whose practice is concentrated in the areas of commercial and residential real estate and estate planning law.
She can be reached at (954) 491-8707
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