Board-Certified Ormond Beach Real Estate Attorney and Estate Planning Lawyer
32 years of exceptional representation in Flagler and Volusia counties For more than three decades, clients have trusted Florida real estate lawyer Sharon B. Logan to provide professional, ethical, affordable guidance through the complexities of real estate, trust administration, estate planning and estate law. Like a trusted neighbor, Attorney Logan gets to know clients and their goals. She crafts strategies that achieve those goals while delivering peace of mind, whether assisting with a simple home sale or a complex commercial real estate closing, a basic will, revocable trust or an estate administration matter. A leading lawyer in Florida real estate law Attorney Logan is certified by the Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education as a specialist in real property. She stays current on all developments in real estate and estate planning law as they evolve. Sharon B. Logan, P.A. focuses on: -Real estate -Contracts for sale and purchase -Closings -Title Insurance -Estate planning -Wills -Trusts -Durable Powers of Attorney -Living Wills -Estate Administration -Trust Administration Concrete solutions. Cost-effective counsel. Attorney Logan is proud of the enduring relationships she builds with clients. Her drive to help others has earned the respect of professionals in the community and of her clients. Consequently, most of her new clients are referred by lenders, banks and realtors with whom she regularly works and by her strong individual client base. Contact Sharon B. Logan, P.A. online or call the firm's office in Ormond Beach at 386-868-5852 to see how she can assist you. The firm charges a nominal fee for an initial 30-minute consultation, which can be applied toward the cost of services if you retain the firm. Sharon B. Logan, P.A. assists clients on the central east coast of Florida. -Ormond Beach -Daytona Beach -Holly Hill -Palm Coast -Flagler Beach -Edgewater -Port Orange -Flagler County -Volusia County
180 Vining Court, The Logan Building
Ormond Beach FL 32176
Ormond Beach Estate Planning Attorney
Reliable, affordable counsel since 1980 You and your beneficiaries deserve an estate planning and probate attorney you can trust. For 32 years, Sharon B. Logan has provided comprehensive estate planning in Flagler and Volusia counties to protect clients' assets and ensure their wishes are carried out. Her exemplary knowledge and skill have earned her a reputation for excellence among her clients, who are the source of most new clients referred to her. Attorney Logan cares about her clients and is motivated by the relationships she develops with them to provide optimal, personal service. She shares her knowledge so clients fully understand all options. Her carefully crafted estate plans take into account everything she learns about her clients' families, finances, employment, investments and business and are designed to minimize the potential impact of taxes. Protecting client interests at every turn With the advent of create-your-own-will websites, many individuals are tempted to draft these important documents themselves. But Sharon B. Logan has seen the sad consequences of do-it-yourself documents. Language is not always clear, or appropriate, which can result in distribution of assets in a way that the individual never intended. Additionally, estate law is constantly changing, and a do-it-yourself document can quickly become outdated. For example, in October 2011, Florida made the requirements for durable powers of attorney more complex. As a trusted partner in your estate planning, Sharon B. Logan ensures documents are up-to-date and structured to produce the desired outcome. And she does so at an affordable price. Sharon B. Logan, P.A. drafts and administers a wide range of estate planning documents: -Wills -Trusts --Revocable Trusts --Living Trusts -Durable Powers of Attorney -Advance Directives -Living Wills Reliable estate and trust administration in Florida Following a death, Attorney Logan handles every aspect of the administration of the estate, including settlement of debts, distribution of assets, payment of taxes and attendance at probate proceedings, if necessary. She works closely with families, ensuring required matters are addressed, but maintaining a level of sensitivity that clients appreciate. Attorney Logan also guides estate administrators, personal representatives, executors, successor trustees, beneficiaries and fiduciaries through the complex process of handling an estate or trust. She understands the pitfalls they face in carrying out their duties and is here to help. She also handles summary estate administration, ancillary estate administration and probate. Concrete solutions. Cost-effective counsel. Contact Sharon B. Logan, P.A. online or call the firm's office in Ormond Beach at 386-868-5852 to see how she can assist you. The firm charges a nominal fee for an initial 30-minute consultation, which can be applied toward the cost of services if you retain us.
Real Estate; Title Insurance; Wills; Trusts and Estates; Trust Administration; Estate Planning
University of Florida, J.D.
Maryland, University of (B.S., 1963; M.B.A., 1967)
Volusia County Bar Association; The Florida Bar (Member, Real Property Law, Estates, Trusts and Tax Sections); Daytona Beach Board of Realtors (Affiliate and Member, Attorney Realtor Committee); Halifax River Yacht Club; Beech Mountain Country Club; Dunn-Blount Inns of Court; Moose Club; Maryland Club; Oceanside Country Club.
Beta Gamma Sigma. Member, Dunn-Blount Inns of Court. Listed in: Who's Who in American Women; Who's Who in American Law. President, 1988-1989, Vice-President, 1988-1989, Secretary, 1987-1988, Treasurer, 1986-1987, Member, Board of Directors, 1986-2002, and President, 1998-2002, Volusia County Real Property Council. Member: Florida Supreme Court Historical Society.
University of Florida
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