Florida Probate and Estate Planning Video Resource Center
Our video resource center is designed to give you a brief overview of the Florida Probate process, Estate Planning, Revocable living trusts and more. Take some time on browse our videos below and if you have any further questions, please contact us.
Understanding the Florida Probate Process
The Florida probate process is very complex and often overwhelming. Attorney Tom D. Waldron walks you through the process in a way you can understand.
How A Revocable Living Trust Helps You Avoid Probate
The probate process can be long and tedious. Not to mention it can cost you thousands of dollars to put an estate plan through probate. Many in Florida have been looking for a way around the probate process. Attorney Tom D Waldron explain how a revocable living trust can help you avoid probate.
Drafting a Last Will and Testament in Florida
Need help drafting a last will and testament but unsure of what the process in the state of Florida looks like? Attorney Tom D. Waldron will guide you through the process in a way that makes sense.
Essential Information | Revocable Living Trust
When drafting a Revocable Living Trust, having the correct information is essential. The essential information form used by the offices of Tom D Waldron, ensures that your trust is set up in a way that meets your needs.
Guardianships in Florida
Very few people and lawyers understand Guardianships in the state of Florida. Because they were so abused in the past, naming someone as a guardian is much more difficult. Attorney Tom D. Waldron explains more in this video.
Memorandum & Trusts
Attorney Tom D. Waldron gives a brief explanation of the role of a Memorandum inside of a Trust. This is a special, yet important document that helps keep the peace after a loved one has passed.
Pour Over Will
A pour over will works as a catch all. In the event the will or the trust misses an area, the pour over will will cover that. Attorney Tom D. Waldron will explain the pour over will in this video.
Health Care Power of Attorney
A power of attorney names a person that you trust to act as your agent if you are unable to speak for yourself. If you want to choose one person to speak for you on health care matters, and someone else to make financial decisions, you can do separate financial and health care powers of attorney. This videos will discuss only the Health Care Power of Attorney.
Living Will | Creating a Trust in Florida
The living will is often the shortest document created in a revocable living trust. In the event you become incapacitated, this document speaks for you. Making sure you have your wishes spelled out clearly in this document is extremely important.
General Warranty Deed | Florida Revocable Living Trust
A general warranty deed is used to deed your real estate over to the trust. It's important to understand that deeding your property over to the trust does not mean you no longer have control or ownership. It just sets the property up for a smooth transition in the event you pass away.
Dividing Your Assets | How to Handle Your Assets After You've Passed
Having a plan for how your assets should be divided after you passed will save your loved one a lot stress. Trying to do your estate planning on your own can be a daunting process. Attorney Tom D. Waldron have help many Floridians put an estate plan into action. This video discusses the process of dividing your assets.