Brandon Legal Group,
Wills, trusts, and/or other estate planning documents can smooth the end of life process and provide solace for your family, while ensuring that your wishes are followed.
Providing enthusiastic legal counsel with
confidence, integrity, and compassion.
Our attorneys work diligently to ensure your case is handled with the utmost care and respect for your time and of course, your wallet. We truly believe that each client deserves the highest quality representation possible, and we provide personal attention at each stage of the legal process.
Some matters in Criminal, DUI, Bankruptcy, Estate planning, Personal Injury, VA Benefits, and Workers' Compensation may be referred to an outside attorney
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- It is important to create a Will while you are of sound mind and mental capacity. When creating a Will you will need to be able to recognize the property in the will and their relationship to the people named in it. In addition, you need to have an understanding of the effect of the Will when it is executed.
- If the Will was created under undue influence (meaning someone persuaded or coerced a change or the signing of the Will) our attorneys may be able to prove this and deem the Will invalid. This will take away the offenders ability to benefit from it and those deprived may receive damages.
Mr. Mattson found his niche in family law and has focused his practice in that area since 2000. In particular, Luke often handles matters involving divorce, timesharing, parenting plans, child support, alimony, paternity, and civil domestic violence.
Mr. Mattson might look like he’s all business, but you'd be surprised to discover the incredible fun loving attitude he brings to the practice. When outside the courtroom, Mr. Mattson can often be found watching Lightning games or riding his bike around downtown Tampa.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What happens if you die without a will?
Someone who dies without a valid will is “intestate.” Even if the decedent dies intestate, the probate assets are almost never turned over to the state of Florida. The state will take the decedent’s assets only if the decedent had no heirs. The decedent’s “heirs” are those who are related to the decedent and described in the Florida statute governing distribution of the probate assets of a decedent who died intestate.
Do I need a trust or is a will enough?
This is a difficult question to answer and varies depending on your individual needs. If you are looking to avoid probate issues, or have significant property, the answer is most likely yes, but isn’t always that simple. Depending on the amount of assests and heirs, a lot of variables can come into play. It is best to speak to an attorney about your individual needs and what is best for your individual situation.
I am terminally ill, can I still change my will?
If you find yourself in this situation it is best to contact an attorney as quickly as possible because all cases are different. Depending on the illness and the extenuating circumstances you may or may not be able to sign the documents.
Brandon Legal Group
Easy To Find And Convenient Hours
Monday 8:00 AM-5 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM-5 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM-5 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM-5 PM
Friday 8:00 AM-5 PM
(Closed Daily from 12 - 1 PM for lunch)
A full service law firm
1209 Lakeside Drive
Brandon FL, 33510
Our skill sets allow us to provide many legal services to our clients and to resolve complex legal issues that are often intertwined. We are able to leverage our internal resources to maintain most matters in-house with a few exceptions where we can call on experienced colleagues for assistance. Without the need to outsource most matters, we have the opportunity to settle your matter more quickly and cost efficiently.
Brandon Legal Group is a full service Tampa Bay trial law firm that represents clients throughout the state of Florida. Our ultimate goal is to protect your rights and pursue the best available legal outcome. With more than 60 years of combined legal experience, BLG is well qualified to pursue the best legal outcomes for clients of varying needs.