Law Office of Katherine L. Floyd, PLLC
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Gainesville, Florida Estate Planning Attorney

Gainesville, Florida Attorney - Estate Planning, Guardianship, Landlord/Tenant, Probate

 

Helping clients protect assets and plan for the future.

The Law Office of Katherine L. Floyd is a boutique law firm in Gainesville, Florida with a focus on assisting clients in protecting assets and planning for the future. We limit our practice to estate planning and related matters including preparation of wills, trusts, power of attorney, living wills, designation healthcare surrogate, designation of guardian, and associated documents. 

We pride ourselves on being responsive and accessible. We offer a free initial consultation and are available to meet with clients in their home, by video conference, and after hours as needed.

Most families are unprepared and overwhelmed when the unexpected happens. Advanced planning and the counsel of a trusted adviser can offer peace of mind in the most trying times.  Our office doesn't believe in "one size fits all" templates and forms when it comes to legal representation. We spend quality time with each client, learning about their unique needs and goals.

Whether you want to be proactive and create a comprehensive plan to protect your family and investments or are in the midst of a crisis, we can help.

 

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➤ LOCATION

4545 N.W. 8th Avenue, Suite A
Gainesville, Florida 32605

☎ CONTACT

(352) 327-8411

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