Richard C. Williams, Jr., P.A.

Richard C. Williams, Jr., P.A.

Probate Attorneys in New Port Richey, Florida

Firm Overview

Your Probate Specialists
Losing a loved one is a difficult time, but executing their wishes should not be. Count on us to represent your interests diligently, ethically, and vigorously in probate law matters.

In-Depth Estate Planning
Identifying and planning for various contingencies can save time, money, and stress for your loved ones after your passing. From power of attorney forms to a health care directive, we utilize a host of estate planning tools to provide stability for your family and see to it that your wishes are followed.

Get to Know Our Owner
At our firm, we strive to provide you with high quality, professional representation in a range of practice areas, delivered in a confidential and caring environment. Read about the extensive background of our owner, an accomplished attorney and dedicated member of the community.

About Us
Richard C. Williams, Jr. PA is a solo firm of an experienced attorney in New Port Richey, Florida. With more than 30 years of experience, we provide in-depth assistance to plan your estate and other skilled representation to meet your needs.

Estate planning can be one of the most difficult things you do in your life. However, it is also one of the most important steps to ensuring that your family is taken care of, and understands how your estate is to be handled after your death.

As medical advances permit people to live longer, it is crucial to not only plan for the distribution of your estate, but also disability or incapacity, asset protection, and retirement distribution, as well as income and estate taxes. Count on us for expert representation in all of these areas.
Main Office
Main Office
6337 Grand Boulevard
New Port Richey  FL  34652
Phone
  • 727-846-8500
Websites
Estate Planning
Protect your property as well as your family's future with expert estate planning services from Richard C. Williams, Jr., PA, in New Port Richey, Florida.
No matter what the size of your estate, rely on our attorney to ensure the proper distribution of your assets with a host of legal documents.

Durable Power of Attorney
A durable power of attorney is a document that legally authorizes another person or persons to do things on behalf of the person who signed the durable power of attorney. This arrangement allows you to appoint someone you trust to handle legal, and financial responsibilities in the event that you become incapacitated.

Limited Power of Attorney
These types of power of attorney forms are limited to what is defined in the document. It is an important legal document that allows the person you name in the document (your agent, or "attorney-in-fact") to perform a particular transaction. The limited power of attorney restricts the authority of the agent to a specific situation, limited time period, or type of legal action.

Wills & Trusts
A Last Will and Testament, or will, is a vital part of protecting and preserving the things you have attained in your life. Wills are essential to ensure your last wishes and hopes are honored and to protect those you care for most in this world after you are no longer able. Wills establish exactly how you would like to have your personal assets (both monetary and actual property) divided.

Wills also help to lay out your plan for the custody and supervision of minor children in the event of one or both parents' premature death. A will can also ensure the immediate availability of assets to continue paying outstanding bills and debt that otherwise may not be paid without a timely delay.

Powerful Peace of Mind
Having a current, well drafted, and effective Last Will and Testament in place can create extreme peace of mind and ensure all of your hopes and desires for your loved ones will be realized. Our experience and knowledge allows us to advise you on the best course of action to take regarding your Last Will and Testament, regardless of the simplicity or complexity associated with an estate.

Other Estate Planning Services:
-Gifts
-Designation of Health Care Surrogate
-Generation Skippingor Death Tax Planning
-Advance Health Care Directive ("Living Will")

Richard C. Williams

Personal Background & Education:
-Columbia University School of Law, J.D. 1979
-Editor-in-Chief, Columbia Journal of Law & Social Problems
-Raised in New Port Richey, Graduated from Gulf High School, Salutatorian, 1972
-Davidson College, B.A. 1976, Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa
-Law Clerk for the Honorable Arthur J. England Jr., Chief Justice, Florida Supreme Court, 1979-81

Practicing Attorney:
-Beasley, Olle & Soto, Miami, FL, 1981-1983
-Board Certified for Wills, Trusts & Estates, 2007 to present
-Williams & Williams, New Port Richey, FL, 1983-1996
-Richard C. Williams, Jr., P.A., New Port Richey, FL, 1996-Present

Awards/Recognition:
-Paul Harris Fellow - Rotary international
-King Pithla 2004 for Outstanding Service to the Community
-Rotarian of the Year, 1987-1988
-Richey Suncoast Theatre, Award for Outstanding Service, 1985
-Lighthouse for the Visually Impaired and Blind, Inc., Presidents Award, 1997-1998
-Pasco-Hernando Community College Foundation, Volunteer of the Year Award, 1998
-Pasco-Hernando Community College Foundation, Lifetime Honorary Member of Board of Directors, 2007

Associations:
-American Bar Association, Member
-Sixth Judicial Circuit Elder Law Committee, Member, 2002
-West Pasco Estate Planning Attorney's Association,
Member & President, 1997-1999, 2002-2003
-Allgood-Altman Inns of Court, 1996-2001, Counselor, 1997-1998
-Sixth Judicial Circuit Grievance Committee, Member, 2001-2004
-West Pasco Bar Association, President, 1994-95, President-Elect, 1993-94,
Vice-President, 1992-93, Law Week Chairman, 1991, Treasurer, 1991-92,
Secretary, 1990-91
-The Florida Bar, Solo and Small Firm Committee, 1993-94
-Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section, Elder Law Section
Education
  • Columbia University School of Law
    J.D.
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