Ariel Enisman, Esq.

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Ariel Enisman, Esq.

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Estate Planning

  • Wills
  • Trusts
  • Incapacity

Asset Protection

  • Creditors
  • Lawsuits
  • Divorce

Did You Know?

Among American adults with annual household incomes of $75,000 or more, only 55% have a will.

What is Estate Planning?

Estate Planning allows you to provide instructions for how your assets are to pass and to whom they will be passed along to.


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Most Common Estate Planning Documents

Durable Power of Attorney

A legal document that gives authority to those named to make financials decisions on your behalf should you become incapacitated.

HIPAA release

This document allows others to access your medical care information.

Living Will

This is a document that lets people state their wishes for end-of-life medical care, in case they become unable to communicate their decisions.

Designation of Preneed Guardian

This document is composed to designate a person to serve as an individual’s guardian in the event the individual becomes incapacitated.

Health Care Surrogate

A Health Care Surrogate is a Power of Attorney that is specifically granted to make medical decisions. This means that if you are deemed unable to make medical care decisions, but a decision must be made, the designated individual can make the decisions on your behalf.

Last Will & Testament

A will is a legal document that determines the distribution your assets upon your death. Without a Will, Florida law will determine who your assets go to.


A Living Trust, also known as a Revocable Trust is a document that is created to manage your assets during your lifetime and distribute them upon your death.

Planning Today Ensures Your Tomorrow is Exactly as You Visualize it.

Failure to have an adequate plan in place can leave your family struggling during a very challenging time for them. Ensure your wishes are carried out in a stress free, empathetic, and efficient manor.


of Americans Die without an Estate Plan

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Did You Know?

If you do not protect your assets you could lose everything you have worked for and leave your family vulnerable!

What is Asset Protection?

The goal of Asset Protection is to employ techniques to limit creditors access to both your personal and business assets.


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