Florida Women's Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts, Special Needs Planning, Minor's Guardianships and uncontested Probate Administration.Example cases
Single mom wanting to protect her kids' inheritance from her ex-husband and his family; Married couple in a "blended" family who each want to protect their respective children's inheritances from the other's family; Parents of a developmentally disabled child who want to name guardians for their child and also want to ensure their child's future inheritance does not jeopardize any public assistance benefits the child is entitled to receive.
433 E. Government St., Ste. B
Pensacola FL 32502
Yes. We usually schedule between 1-2 hours for an initial consultation depending on the type of matter involved. We also chat first with potential clients by phone to determine if an initial consultation should even be scheduled.
Fixed price/flat fees quoted at the initial consultation.
Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Home or hospital visits available upon request.
N/A as we do not handle contested matters.
Yes on our own. We also work with clients if needed on their fees under certain circumstances.
Free initial consultations. Everything done on a flat-fee which is quoted at the initial consultation. All documents and planning is customized to meet each client's particular needs and all planning is done by the attorney and not a paralegal or legal assistant. We donate a portion of all firm proceeds to local and global charities that support and empower women.
Important but also to recognize that sometimes you just can't get all of the information you need for your particular circumstances on the internet or that you might read incorrect information on the internet. That's why it's always best to meet with an expert in the estate planning field so you know you are getting trusted advice for your particular situation.
Yes, we will review documents prepared by other licensed attorneys but discourage the use or review or DIY (do-it-yourself), fill in the blank documents.
Yes but we may need to charge a consultation fee in such cases.
Kristen Marks is a Florida licensed attorney who focuses her practice exclusively in the areas of estate planning, minor's & special needs guardianships & planning and uncontested probate administration. Kristen graduated from Dartmouth College in 1992 and then Magna Cum Laude from the University of Alabama School of Law in 1995. Shortly thereafter, she and her husband, Andrew, also an attorney, moved to the Pensacola, Florida area to begin their law practices. Kristen began building her practice with a local law firm for seven (7) years in the areas of Florida estate planning, probate and guardianship. Then, in 2002, Kristen earned the privilege of becoming an Independent Sales Director with Mary Kay Cosmetics, a position earned by the Top 2% of consultants with the company. For the next six (6) years, Kristen focused on training and mentoring other women to build successful businesses for themselves. During that time, Kristen earned the use of and drove four (4) free company cars, including the famous Pink Cadillac for two (2) years. In 2008, Kristen returned to practicing law, designing 'My Pink Lawyer®' to serve Florida women and their families. With her vast experience serving and mentoring women in the business world, Kristen now continues to serve women in the legal world with their Florida estate & special needs planning, probate and minor's guardianship needs. As part of the My Pink Lawyer philosophy, Kristen donates a portion of all firm proceeds to both local and global charities that support and empower women. Kristen understands that many women feel intimidated dealing with attorneys. Kristen breaks down those barriers with her warm personable approach.
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