Basic Estate Planning

Protect Your Assets
     In order to adequately protect your assets and to adequately care for your loved ones after you pass on, it is vital that you have a Last Will and Testament; Power of Attorney; and/or Living Will.  A last will and testament is a legally binding document that memorializes your wishes for the disposition of your property and estate in the event of your death.   

     A Power of Attorney is a legally binding document that appoints another person as your representative to conduct certain business transactions on your behalf.  The Power of Attorney can be limited to certain transactions as well as to a certain period of time.

     A Living Will is a legally binding document that memorializes your wishes regarding the continuation of life-prolonging procedures when you are in a persistent, incapacitated medical condition.  Your physician and family members must honor your wishes outlined in a Living Will. 

Call Mrs. Hoehn today for your free consultation
  Call today to discuss, in confidence, your estate planning needs.  Audrie Harris Hoehn is committed to superior client service and is agreeable to meeting you at your office for your convenience.  Our office open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., with additional times available by appointment.  Telephone consultations are also available.

     We are located in Northwest Gainesville and represent clients in Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Gilchrist, Levy and Union counties.

Audrie M. Harris, P.A.
Audrie Harris Hoehn
Attorney at Law
230 NW 76th Dr.
Gainesville, Florida 32607

Phone:  (352) 443-0594
Fax:  (352) 331-0902

All information contained herein is provided for general informational purposes only.  The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice.  You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.