Serving venice, sarasota, north port, and southwest florida

Florida estate planning, trust, and probate attorney.

We are a client-focused estate planning and probate law firm.

From our office in Venice, Florida, our mission is to help you plan for the future and protect your assets. We help with estate planning (wills, trusts, and estates), probate and trust administration, and elder law issues. Excellent client communication, thorough preparation, and accurate execution are core to our process. Our mission is you! You have worked hard to build your legacy.  Let us help protect it.
We use modern technology to make the planning or probate process painless and cost effective. We offer virtual appointments via Google Meet or telephone whenever possible to save you time and hassle.  We utilize a secure client portal where you will upload your information. You don't have to worry about printing hundreds of pages and sitting in a conference room for hours. Let us take the weight off your shoulders.
Free Webinar: January 27th and January 30th at 6:30PM.  Choose a day!
Want more information?  Register for our free Webinar. Attorney Quick will present information on the basics of estate planning, how to save money, and how to protect your family.
"A good plan is a wonderful gift for your family."
Jason D. Quick, Esq.
Founder & Managing Attorney

Our low-stress estate planning process.

Step 1

Talk with a lawyer by phone or video to discuss your goals. This part is free!

Step 2

Submit your information through our secure online portal. Not tech savvy?  We can help.

Step 3

Meet with your lawyer by phone, video, or in person to discuss your options and design your plan.

Step 4

We will expertly draft your documents and provide them to you for review with a guided walkthrough.

Step 5

We will help you sign and execute your documents in compliance with Florida law.  Afterwards, we are here for you.

Important Questions.

Why should I make a will or trust?
The law has a plan for your property. You might not like the results if you do not take action. Using a qualified estate planning attorney can help ensure your property goes to who you want, when you want, and how you want with minimal expenses and tax consequences. Failing to do so can have bad results for your family.

How do I choose an attorney?
In our experience, it is not uncommon for people to have a pretty lackluster relationship with their estate planning attorney.  The attorney seems qualified, recites some smart-sounding legalese, and the client walks away with a cookie-cutter plan that does not fit their needs. We believe in good communication and seek to help you understand your options, so you have something in place that actually works for you.

We are not the cheapest, but our fees are fair given the level of service and expertise we provide. You will not wait around for days for us to get in touch with you. We respond to calls and emails in a timely fashion.  We are your partner in planning for the future. Our office has a commitment to excellence and will ensure that you are satisfied and that your affairs are in order.

7-12 months

Typical length of a formal probate administration in Florida, assuming there are no complications! Good planning can minimize/avoid this.


Approximate percentage of adults with no estate plan or will.  Don't become a statistic.  Don't leave your family with a mess.

Some reasons to choose us.

Modern systems

We employ up-to-date technology to make the estate planning or probate administration processes easy and ensure your documents are in compliance with Florida law.


Through the use of virtual meetings and using our secure client portal whenever possible, we minimize the burden on you throughout the estate planning or probate administration process.

Great communication

Nobody likes phone tag. We strive to keep you informed at each stage of the process. You will have access to case information and documents through our online portal.


With over 13 years as a practicing attorney and a master's degree in business, I have the expertise to ensure your affairs are properly handled.
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The prices listed above are based on average case prices and may vary depending on the complexity of your individual situation.  We believe in clear transparent pricing.

Any questions?  
How are payments processed?
We accept cash, check, or credit cards. We utilize online billing invoices and secure payment systems.
Do you have payment plans?
Yes. Generally, our estate planning flat fee charges are due when you decide to proceed with our services after a free consultation, but plans are available. Probate charges are generally paid out of the estate proceeds and not out of pocket.
Do I have to pay by the hour?
Most of our work is done on a flat fee basis, meaning you pay a set price for all of the work.  No surprises! In trust administration or complex matters, we may take the case on an hourly fee basis instead. Probate charges will typically be paid out of the estate.

Legal documents we prepare.

last will and testament
revocable trust (aka inter vivos trust)
durable power of attorney
healthcare surrogate designation
living will (aka health care advance directive)
designation of pre-need guardian
letter of intent
ladybird deeds (aka enhanced life estate deeds)
probate documents
...and more!
View our calendar directly and book an appointment now for peace of mind.