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Ocala Estate Planning Lawyer

You work hard, accumulating wealth for your family. Whether that wealth is a few accumulated dollars or a multimillion-dollar family business, it deserves to be protected and preserved for those you love. And your loved ones deserve to be cared for and protected, too, especially those who, by age or incapacity, cannot take care of themselves.

Preserving The Wealth Of Florida Families For More Than 25 Years

At the Ocala law firm of Robert A. Stermer, we do understand. For more than a quarter century, we have been helping our clients preserve their wealth through estate planning and probate, directing them to prudently pay only what taxes are required of them.

We have helped them care for their loved ones with our Medicaid and elder law experience. And we have helped them wisely grow and maintain their family businesses and real estate holdings.

"People come to me with their legal problems and I find creative, cost-effective solutions for them. I think this ability comes from my background as a registered professional engineer and a businessman and through my academic training, having obtained two law degrees." —Robert A. Stermer, Ocala estate planning attorney

Whether your legal challenge is complying with gift taxation, ensuring the proper business successions or drafting a simple will, we are here to help you.

Desire To Ensure Your Loved Ones' Future? Let Us Help You.

If you would like help in planning your estate, taking care of elder loved ones or strengthening your family business, call a lawyer at the firm of Robert A. Stermer. We can help. Contact us either online or by calling: 866-539-2021 to schedule an appointment. Ask us about our free consultations.

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Robert A. Stermer
7480 Southwest Highway 200
Ocala, FL 34476
Phone: 866-539-2021
Fax: 352-861-0494
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