Lawyer in Tarpon Springs, Florida
Richard A. Venditti is a Tarpon Springs, Florida lawyer specializing in Medicaid Planning, and also Probate, Estate Planning, including Trusts and Wills. Or law firm is proud to serve clients in central and northern Pinellas County, as well as Pasco County and the surrounding areas, including Tarpon Springs, East Lake, Trinity, Oldsmar, Palm Harbor, Holiday, New Port Richey, Port Richey, Hudson, Spring Hill, Land O' Lakes, Lutz, and more. We also accommodate homebound clients at their residences.
Be prepared. Our Medicaid Planning services are designed to help you and your loved ones plan for long term care, and are based off of the most current laws. We will also provide you with peace of mind by preparing a proper estate plan for your specific needs. Your estate plan may include a Last Will and Testament, Trust, Living Will, Financial Power of Attorney, Healthcare Power of Attorney and Special Need Trusts, if applicable.
Veterans. Richard A. Venditti, P.A. is proud to serve retired military personnel in our community. Our law firm will gather all necessary documents and information from you so that application can be made to the Veteran's Administration for Aid and Assistance for not only those who have honorably served our country, but for their spouses and/or surviving spouses, as well.
Upon the death of a loved one. At this most difficult time, our law firm can provide you with the assistance necessary to deal with the final affairs of your loved one. Our services include identifying the assets of the decedent, filing those documents to complete the probate process, and ensuring that proper distribution to Estate beneficiaries takes place. We will also work to resolve the settlement of any disputes over assets and creditor's claims.
Schedule your free consultation today by calling (727) 937-3111. You can also Contact Us online. Allow us to help grant you the peace of mind for today, for tomorrow, and for many years to come!
Avoid spending life savings with our Medicaid Planning services, designed to help you and your loved ones plan for long term care.
Aid and Attendance
Currently Aid and Attendance benefits from the Veteran's Administration can provide up to $1,704.00 per month for those who qualify.
Estate and Probate
The death of a loved one can be a difficult time. We will be there to assist you through the entire probate process, including settling disputes.