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Question DetailsAsked on 2/1/2015

do you know of a service that will recommend Attorneys in boca raton, fl

website that helps find attorneys in Boca Raton, fl that do power of attorney and wills

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Since you have not gotten any answers in 6 days, evidently no one knows of any.


If you have had prior dealings with an attorney you trusted or felt comfortable with, you could call his/her office (even if they are in a totally different line of law) and ask if they can recommend an Estate attorney.


Or ask friends, relative, neighbors if they have used one they liked/trusted. Also, if you deal with a local bank branch and know one of the managers well, you could ask how they would recommend - though they might or might not be willing to give a recommendation.


You could also contact your local senior center and ask if they have an estate/probate attorney come in at times to give informational seminars on the subject - they certainly would not be having ones back if they were hearing complaints. Some community colleges/community schools also have 1-3 session classes on the subject,taugth by a locall attorney, who presumably will take individual cases also.


Three excellent reference sources in my opinion, to get started - though you will still need an attorney to finalize and make sure it is legal in your state - is reference and how-to books on the subject from CCH (Commerce Clearing House - one of the major sources for legal books, and also have some free informative articles on almost all legal subjects online), books from Nolo Press, and also a lot of good articles on the subject free at bankrate.com. Also a lot of insurance companies have free online articles on estate planning.


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