Helping You Make Strategic Decisions For Your Future
For most people, planning for a future after they're gone is a difficult task to take on. While it may be difficult to think about, the reality is that without a proper estate plan, your family may be left to deal with a long to-do list in the event of your death. From settling debts, naming beneficiaries, and distributing assets and property — there can be a lot of important decisions that need to be made following your death. You don't want to force your loved ones to make these important decisions while also dealing with the emotional weight of losing a loved one.
Creating an adequate estate plan can not only remove that burden from your family, but it can also ensure that your exact wishes are carried out when you're gone. Whether you want to establish a will or revocable trust, designate health care surrogates, or draft documents that establish a power of attorney, working with an experienced estate planning attorney can help you sort out every last detail. With decades of combined experience working with individuals in Stuart, Port St. Lucie, Hobe Sound, and Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, we can make sure you and your family are well taken care of.
Contact us today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:
- Estate Planning
- Land Use
Call 772-934-9640 today to arrange your free initial consultation.
Attorney D. W. "Craig" Dreyer
Craig has represented clients throughout the state of Florida. He has a J.D. and masters in tax law from the University of Miami. He is licensed in both Florida and Ohio. He is an experienced probate lawyer and estate planning, attorney.
Craig was born in Cleveland, OH, but moved to Stuart, Florida before his first birthday. He grew up in Stuart, FL and attended Saint Edwards High school in Vero Beach, FL. He is an active member of the community. President and frequent speaker of the Martin County Estate Planning Council and also is a member of the Board of Directors for the House of Hope, a non-profit, in Martin County, FL.
Attorney Noreen S. Dreyer
Noreen S. Dreyer concentrates her practice in the representation of clients on zoning and land use matters and with regard to other issues involving local government. She was board certified by The Florida Bar as a city, county and local government law specialist from 1996 - 2021.
Ms. Dreyer has represented large and small developers and landowners in obtaining approvals for development projects of all sizes and types, including developments of regional impact, rezonings, site plan approvals, vested rights determinations, comprehensive plan amendments and annexations. She also handles related issues such as impact fee credits, property owners association issues, statutory permit extensions, coordination with other governmental agencies, and preparation of various agreements.