Elder Law Attorneys in Coral Springs, Florida


The elder law attorneys at Miller Trial Law in Coral Springs, Florida handle legal matters that the elderly face. We can help you with a range of elder law concerns, including helping you with your will or trust, help you with the management of your trust, or assist your family with the probate process if a loved one has passed away and a will must be validated in court. Our elder law attorneys also handle a wide range of estate planning matters, including helping with durable powers of attorney and living wills.

Do you have a will that clearly outlines your wishes? Have you recently reviewed your will to ensure that it is up to date and valid? Do you have questions about whether there might be estate planning options for you and your family that may save your family money and help you avoid the probate process? Miller Trial Law are elder lawyers in Coral Springs, Florida who may be able to help you.

Wills, Trusts, Estate Planning, and Elder Law

 While it might be tempting to use a template for a will or trust you found online, it is important to be very careful when using templates. A template won’t always take into account the unique circumstances of your situation and templates can’t replace sound legal advice. An elder law attorney can review your situation and help you understand whether a will or trust is your best option. Our elder lawyers can help you write your will, make sure it is properly validated and witnessed, and assist your family with the probate process when the time comes. Our elder lawyers can also review your will if you have one already written, but want to make sure it is up-to-date. It is never too early to begin planning to protect your family and your legacy. Reach out to the elder lawyers at Miller Trial Law in Coral Springs, Florida today.

Should you become incapacitated or too ill to make financial or medical decisions on your own behalf, do you know who you want to be in charge of your medical decisions and financial matters? Do you know who would be in charge should you become too ill to make decisions yourself? Without a durable power of attorney or living will, doctors or family members may make decisions that you would not want made.

A durable power of attorney and living will can help you make these decisions before they are made for you. With these legal instruments, you can provide clear instructions to medical personnel and to your loved ones about the kind of medical care you would like to receive at the end of your life and the kind of medical care you’d like to receive should you become seriously ill. These legal instruments can also specify who you would want to put in charge of your financial matters or estate should you become too ill to make financial or legal decisions. This can ensure that your financial matters are handled responsibly should you become too sick to make decisions or handle them yourself. The elder lawyers at Miller Trial Law can help you plan for end-of-life care, end of life contingencies, and help you plan for the future so that your wishes are honored and your family is cared for.

Contact Us


    Please prove you are human by selecting the Star.

    Other Elder Law Matters 

    The elder lawyers at Miller Trial Law in Coral Springs, Florida can assist you with a range of elder law legal matters from helping you with your will and estate planning to assisting you with the unique legal issues that the elderly face. If your loved one has suffered elder abuse or neglect our lawyers may be able to help. If you suspect your loved one has suffered nursing home abuse or neglect, our elder attorneys may be able to assist you. Contact Miller Trial Law, elder law attorneys in Coral Springs, Florida to learn more about your rights and options and to learn about whether we can help you.