Proudly serving families, seniors, veterans and the disabled.
Estate planning is a comprehensive process that addresses decision making of yourself and your assets in both life and death. Estate Planning often includes legal documents such as wills, trusts and durable power of attorney, healthcare surrogate and other advanced directives. Estate Planning also include asset protection planning and special needs planning.
Elder Law is a comprehensive approach to ensuring an aging senior has capable decision makers to act on their behalf, the appropriate care they require and a plan to ensure their healthcare and financial needs are met. Hampton Law creates a holistic plan that is tailored to each individual client.
Probate & Estate Administration
When a loved one passes away, all of his or her possessions – real estate, bank accounts, personal belongings, etc. – become part of his or her estate. Probate & Estate Administration refers to the process of managing the estate, paying any debts and taxes, and distributing the remaining property to the heirs or beneficiaries. Hampton Law works with a family member, primarily a Trustee, Personal Representative or Executor to oversee and assist in this process.
Hampton Law offers its services for real estate closings. We handle title and escrow work and are happy to partner with realtors, buyers and sellers. Our combined efforts of being a title and escrow company offer maximum protection against any dangers to the process of closing a home. Knowing that an attorney has reviewed your closing documents brings greater confidence and peace of mind regarding the transaction.
Meet The Attorney
Blake P. Hampton, Esq.
Blake P. Hampton is admitted to practice in Florida, U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims and is a VA Accredited Claims Attorney. He is one of the youngest elder law attorneys in Florida and one of the youngest admitted to the US Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. He currently serves on the Medicaid, VA Benefits and Special Needs Trust Committees of the Florida Bar Elder Law Section.