McCreary Law Office Serving Florida Clients
McCreary Law Office opened in August 2014 in Jacksonville, Florida. For the next five years, Jana focused her estate planning and elder law services solely on those clients in Florida. The year 2020 brought a second focus with an expansion to Houston, Texas when Jana relocated to be closer to her family. Jana now operates offices in both Florida and Texas.
Jana Remains Available to Florida Clients
To continue working with Florida clients and providing informed legal services in the state, Jana maintains her Florida license with the Florida State Bar and continues to invest in current and ongoing Florida education. She keeps up her memberships with the state bar as well as the Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys. Jana still sees clients at her office on University Boulevard in Jacksonville by appointment; she travels to the Florida office throughout the year to meet with clients in person. Otherwise, Jana is available by phone and video conference on an ongoing basis.
McCreary Law Office is Taking New Clients in Florida
New Florida clients have the option of completing the initial consultation via phone, an online meeting, or in person when Jana is at the Florida office. Jana also holds design meetings via video conference if preferred. Most signing meetings – meetings held to sign a new estate plan – are still held in person. But Jana understands that you might need your plan in place sooner. Other options are available to make that happen. And with electronic wills starting in Florida summer 2020, clients could complete all of their planning with Jana without ever having to go into the office.
McCreary Law Office works with Florida clients to create comprehensive estate plans and offers many online estate planning services. Learn more below or contact McCreary Law Office, and we can schedule an introductory call.
Your will is the most basic method used to name who is in charge after you die and what happens to everything you own. A trust allows you to name a person to look over property that is set aside to provide for someone else. Trusts are commonly used in Florida estate planning. Read More
The agent you name in your durable power of attorney can manage your affairs when you cannot. Florida has only limited statutorily-defined powers, so a carefully drafted comprehensive power of attorney is ideal. Read More
A health care surrogate designation and living will make up the health care planning in your estate plan. Read More
McCreary Law Office focuses its Florida elder law practice in assisting clients in planning financially for possible long-term care needs through Medicaid qualification. Read More