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Steven Schwartz
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Miami Estate Administration and Probate Attorney
Miami Estate Administration and Probate Attorney

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Attorney Steven K. Schwartz primarily focuses his legal practice in the area of estates by assisting clients with probate administration, probate litigation, guardianships administration, guardianships litigation, wills, trusts, elder law, advance directives, estate planning and Medicaid planning. Because proximity is not a factor in offering most of these services, Attorney Steven Schwartz has clients throughout Florida and nationwide.
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General Litigation

Litigation is not for everyone. When a person wants to file a lawsuit, he or she needs to realize the time and expense involved. Most cases will move forward for six to eight months with no apparent progress. During this time, as your attorney, Steven K. Schwartz will spend numerous hours filing motions and responding to motions filed by the other side. A counter claim against the client may be filed, which then has to be dealt with, and more time, work and expense will be required.
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A will serves the purpose of carrying out your wishes regarding distribution of your assets after death. By discussing your estate planning objectives, answering your questions and gaining an understanding of your finances, attorney, Steven K. Schwartz, can draft a will that meets the needs of your estate. Law Office of Steven K. Schwartz will ensure that your will is signed properly with two witnesses and notarization to ensure validity. If you have a trust, a pour-over-will may be used in conjunction with the trust to make certain all assets not transferred to the trust are covered.
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At the wills and probate Law Office of Steven K. Schwartz, P.A., we provide Medicaid planning for clients as a means of preserving assets for beneficiaries. A common misconception is that you have to be poor to qualify for Medicaid paid nursing home care during old age. However, by spending down assets and maximizing the value of non-countable assets, you may become eligible for Medicaid. Medicaid planning is a personal choice and many factors need to be taken into consideration.
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