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WASINGER LAW OFFICE, PLLC

Estate planning and real estate attorney Matthew Wasinger has been protecting family and business legacies since 2008. Matthew puts together wills and trusts that help with wealth preservation and can establish guardianship of your children.

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in Florida and has no record of discipline from the Florida bar association. *

WASINGER LAW OFFICE, PLLC

WASINGER LAW OFFICE, PLLC

check_circle Open for Business
check_circle Offers Video Calls

Estate planning and real estate attorney Matthew Wasinger has been protecting family and business legacies since 2008. Matthew puts together wills and trusts that help with wealth preservation and can establish guardianship of your children.

check_circle

This lawyer is licensed to practice in Florida and has no record of discipline from the Florida bar association. *

Firm Overview

Why Work With Us

Before Hiring an Estate Planning Lawyer Understand The Difference

Many estate planning attorneys take a"one-size-fits-all" approach with their clients; they do this so that they can work with as many people as possible in a short period of time. The problem is that the client has an impersonal experience; but worse than that, this way of planning can lead to unintended results in the long run for the family.

Consequences When Attorneys Don't Listen

When lawyers do not take the time to listen and consider a family's personal circumstances, the result is that your Will & Trust Documents do not end up reflecting what your family really wants to happen. And usually, there is no review or updating, so the plan quickly becomes outdated and does not work when your family needs it most.

So even though you may pay less upfront to get a standard set of documents (or even documents that are customized for your family), things end up much more expensive in the long run. Plus, you leave your family at risk of having to deal with an expensive, unnecessary court process during a time of tremendous grief.

We Listen

Wasinger Law Office is right for you if you want to know that your plan will actually work when you and your loved ones need it most. If all you want is a set of legal documents, there are plenty of online resources you can use to create them. Or you can go to a traditional estate planning lawyer.

If what you want is to know you've got a plan in place that will work when your family needs it, and keep the people you love out of court, and out of conflict, and your assets out of the hands of the government, then we might be the right fit for you.

Here are Some of the Ways We Are Different From Most Other Estate Planning Lawyers

1. All of our fees are fixed fees agreed to in advance, so there are no surprises. At our initial meeting, you will choose the level of planning and fee that works best for your family, so there will never be any surprises.

2. We keep you informed and make sure your plan works. We don't just prepare a set of legal documents for you and send you on your way. We make sure your assets are owned in the right way, we make sure your kids' well-being is properly planned for, we ensure everyone you've named in your plan knows what to do if anything happens to you. And, we make sure that none of your assets become part of the $58 Billion of unclaimed assets across the United States.

3. We review your plan at least every 3 years and annually through our Family Wealth VIP Membership program. We foster a lifetime, ongoing relationship with our clients. Throughout your life, things change. You change; your assets change; your family changes; the law will definitely change. When planning with us, your plan will keep up with those changes.

4. We have a whole team in place to answer your quick questions and to make the planning process incredibly easy and painless for you and your family. We have a process for helping you make sure that your assets are titled in the right way, both now and over your lifetime.

5. We help you get your legal and financial house in order by helping you make smart choices about things like buying insurance, saving for college, and retirement planning so you never spend more than you have to or get taken advantage of by unscrupulous salespeople.

6. We've been specifically trained as a Personal Family Lawyer® to plan for your life and death, and to ensure that if you have minor children, they are never raised by anyone you wouldn't want or taken into the care of strangers. And, if your children are adults, we help you weave them into your estate plan with care and forethought that most other lawyers simply do not have the training to do.

7. Legacy Planning. We believe that planning is about much more than just the transfer of your financial wealth. With all of our plans, we include a process to help you transfer your most important personal wealth to your loved ones, including your intellectual, spiritual, and human assets - who you are and what's important to you.

Before you engage an estate planning lawyer to help you plan for the well-being of your money, your family, and your life, there are questions you need to ask. You need to ensure that the estate plan you put in place will really work when your family needs it and won't end up just a pile of worthless paper after you are gone.

Don't let a set of legal documents become false security that keeps you from doing what's best for your loved ones.

Main Office

Main Office
605 Robinson St
Suite 730
Orlando, FL 32801

Phone

(407) 308-0991

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

Yes

Services Offered For Fixed Fees?

All of our fees are fixed fees agreed to in advance, so there are no surprises.

Hourly Rates

Fixed Fees

Office Information
Office Hours

9 am to 5 pm Monday to Friday, Weekends by Appt.

Emergency After Hours

No

Languages Spoken

English

Estate Planning

Estate planning is a legal roadmap that tells judges and heirs exactly how your assets and children should be taken care of after you die. Matthew puts together wills and trusts that help with wealth preservation and can establish guardianship.

Estate Planning Options

Estate planning - especially if you have young children, own a business, or a home is important. Matthew offers three options to begin the process:

1. Family Plan:
This is a will-based plan for those who may not have many assets but who would go through probate. This is a plan to ensure that small children are taken care of and that health care directives are followed.

The Family Plan offers peace of mind. It includes health care directives and powers of attorney so that you, your children, and your family are cared for should death occur.

A Family Plan will ensure that your children are raised by the people you choose and not removed from your home by state authorities.

2. Trust Plan:
This a trust-based plan for those who want 100% assurance that family wealth will be transferred to heirs as conveniently as possible and within the privacy of Matthew Wasinger's office without the involvement of the courts.

The Trust Plan allows clients to protect their beneficiary's inheritance from lawsuits, spouses, and estate taxes. This is a plan giving you peace of mind that Matthew is here to help you and will navigate the process during your life, and for your family after you are gone.

The Trust Plan includes Wills, Health Care Directives, and Powers of Attorney so that you and your assets are well taken care of.

All asset transfers will be handled by you, with unlimited guidance and support from Matthew.

There is a Kids Protection Plan that may also be included to ensure that your children are never taken from your home by the state authorities. You plan and determine who will be selected to raise your children in the manner that you choose.

3. Wealth Plan:
This is a plan for the family that wants the total assurance and peace of mind of the Trust Plan and also all the comfort of knowing that assets transfers have been taken care of by our office.

This plan is appropriate for busy families who want the least amount of personal effort and the greatest amount of convenience and care.

It includes all the components of the Trust Plan, plus, we analyze how each of your assets is titled or designated.

We prepare an asset spreadsheet confirming what you own and how it is held and then complete all of the forms and requests necessary to transfer every asset and designate every beneficiary for the maximum protection of your family and your assets.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

How We Are Different

Explaining to you how we are different requires an explanation of what the traditional experience with a lawyer is like. If you've worked with a lawyer to prepare estate planning documents for you in the past, this will sound familiar.

During the traditional experience, you'll go in and meet with a lawyer who will oftentimes make things seem very complicated and confusing.

You'll have a good idea your lawyer is smart and seems to know what they are doing, so you'll nod and answer questions as if you understand everything. Because you want to do the right thing for your family, you'll have the lawyer prepare documents for you and you'll sign the documents, feeling relieved you got THAT taken care of.

You'll take your fancy estate planning binder full of documents home, stick it on a shelf or in a drawer, mark estate planning off your checklist as DONE, feel good, and never think about it again.

You might remember your lawyer said something about moving your bank accounts into your trust so you'll go to the bank, forget what you were supposed to do, call your lawyer's office, get a voicemail, have to leave the bank, and wait for a call back, (which takes several hours at least and sometimes days) and by that time, you'll have gotten busy with other things and never get around to moving that bank account.

A few weeks later, you'll get a bill in the mail for $67.50 for 15 minutes of your lawyer's time for answering a couple of questions. You'll make a mental note don't call lawyer ever again.

Several years later, you'll refinance your house or sell it and buy a new one and forget that you were supposed to let your lawyer know or make sure you kept the title in the name of the trust.

Your children will get older, making your guardianship choices outdated, but you don't want to call your lawyer because you know you'll get a bill in the mail two weeks later.

You'll hear something about a change in the tax law, but you figure you'd surely get a letter in the mail from your lawyer if it was something that affected you, so you don't worry about it. And, you'd have to dig through boxes to find your trust documents so you could remember your lawyer's name and find her contact information. Who has time for that?

It's not until you become incapacitated or die and your family finds the binder you stuck up on a shelf several years before and never looked at again, that they'll realize your plan is so outdated that it has nothing to do with your life, your assets and the law.

Your family is at a loss. They don't know where to turn or what to do, so they contact the same lawyer you used to prepare the documents, who is as happy as can be to probate your assets, which never made it into the trust.

Unfortunately, what I discovered is the estate planning industry was not designed to serve growing families who experience lots of change on their way to success. It was designed to serve 70 and 80-year old's who were preparing for death.

Our Firm Prepares You for Life

What makes our firm different is that we were built with the needs of growing families in mind. We understand you are BUSY, you are growing, you are planning for a life of prosperity and you value ease, convenience, and efficiency. You are raising children, and caring for elderly parents, while also working hard to build your own nest egg for a lifetime of support. You want to know you've made the best decisions for your family and that your plan will work when your loved ones need it most. You want to make sure your minor children would be raised by the people you choose, and never by anyone you wouldn't want, and that your teens and adult children are properly prepared to care for you and what you leave behind.

You want to feel confident that you've made the right choices and handled everything so that you aren't leaving behind a mess when something happens.

That is our focus as well. We've developed unique systems to give you the same access to a Personal Family Lawyer as was previously only available to the super-wealthy, so you can have the guidance you need to build and maintain a life of prosperity and wealth. And, to keep your family out of court and out of conflict, which is the greatest risk to the people you love and all you have created, even if you've already worked with a traditional lawyer or created documents online.

Our Team Is Here for You

We encourage communication with our clients. In fact, we've thrown out the time clocks so you never have to be afraid to call with a quick question. Everything we do is billed on a flat-fee basis, agreed to in advance, so there are never any surprises. Plus, a lot more.

I can't go into all of the details here, but we'll definitely talk about it when you come in for your Family Wealth Planning Session. Book Your Planning Session here now https://scheduleyourlawyer.com/matthew-wasinger/.

WASINGER LAW OFFICE, PLLC
Matthew Wasinger

Orlando, Florida, real estate attorney and estate planning attorney Matthew Wasinger has been protecting family and business legacies since 2008.

Matthew Wasinger is the founder of Wasinger Law Office, PLLC, and provides Florida families, individuals, and businesses with estate planning, trusts and wealth preservation, and guardianship for minor children.

"Millennials are a highly underserved group of families and businesses in Florida," Matthew said. "These are young, successful, driven people who need legal advice from someone that understands their goals and can offer solutions to the legal problems they have."

Matthew also provides real estate legal services including closings, negotiations, and investment property transactions.

Matthew has more than a decade of experience practicing Florida law. He said that he can relate to the various estate planning and real estate legal situations that his clients face.

"I'm 38 and I was married in January 2018. The clients I work with are like most of my friends who have already started families and have one or two children.

"They're investing, they're buying real estate and they're making plans for their lives. I want to make sure they're getting powerful legal advice.

Matthew has worked on hundreds of cases since 2008 when he began practicing law. He was recently named a 10 Best in Florida for Client Satisfaction, Estate Planning Division, 2018, by the American Institute of Legal Counsel.

Matthew was named one of Orlando's Legal Elite by Orlando Style Magazine in 2015 and 2016 and was named an Orlando Rising Star in 2014.

Matthew was an interviewing and counseling teaching assistant while receiving his Juris Doctorate from Stetson University College of Law, in Gulfport, Florida, in 2008.

While earning his undergraduate degree at Kansas State where he studied pre-law, Matthew was a Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society member which is awarded to the top 1% of college seniors in the country.

Matthew worked in the United States Attorney General's Office in Washington D.C., in the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention during the summer of 2004.

Matthew grew up and lived in Hays, Kansas, however, he is a Washington, D.C., native.

Learn more about the legal challenges you're facing by talking with Matthew about how to protect your family, your business, and your legacy.

License

Bar Number: 57873
Florida, 2008

Education

Stetson Univerity College of Law
Juris Doctrate, 2008

Kansas State University
Bachelor of Acts, 2005

WASINGER LAW OFFICE, PLLC
Matthew Wasinger

Orlando, Florida, real estate attorney and estate planning attorney Matthew Wasinger has been protecting family and business legacies since 2008.

Matthew Wasinger is the founder of Wasinger Law Office, PLLC, and provides Florida families, individuals, and businesses with estate planning, trusts and wealth preservation, and guardianship for minor children.

"Millennials are a highly underserved group of families and businesses in Florida," Matthew said. "These are young, successful, driven people who need legal advice from someone that understands their goals and can offer solutions to the legal problems they have."

Matthew also provides real estate legal services including closings, negotiations, and investment property transactions.

Matthew has more than a decade of experience practicing Florida law. He said that he can relate to the various estate planning and real estate legal situations that his clients face.

"I'm 38 and I was married in January 2018. The clients I work with are like most of my friends who have already started families and have one or two children.

"They're investing, they're buying real estate and they're making plans for their lives. I want to make sure they're getting powerful legal advice.

Matthew has worked on hundreds of cases since 2008 when he began practicing law. He was recently named a 10 Best in Florida for Client Satisfaction, Estate Planning Division, 2018, by the American Institute of Legal Counsel.

Matthew was named one of Orlando's Legal Elite by Orlando Style Magazine in 2015 and 2016 and was named an Orlando Rising Star in 2014.

Matthew was an interviewing and counseling teaching assistant while receiving his Juris Doctorate from Stetson University College of Law, in Gulfport, Florida, in 2008.

While earning his undergraduate degree at Kansas State where he studied pre-law, Matthew was a Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society member which is awarded to the top 1% of college seniors in the country.

Matthew worked in the United States Attorney General's Office in Washington D.C., in the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention during the summer of 2004.

Matthew grew up and lived in Hays, Kansas, however, he is a Washington, D.C., native.

Learn more about the legal challenges you're facing by talking with Matthew about how to protect your family, your business, and your legacy.

License

Bar Number: 57873
Florida, 2008

Education

Stetson Univerity College of Law Juris Doctrate, 2008


Kansas State University Bachelor of Acts, 2005


Firm Overview

Why Work With Us

Before Hiring an Estate Planning Lawyer Understand The Difference

Many estate planning attorneys take a"one-size-fits-all" approach with their clients; they do this so that they can work with as many people as possible in a short period of time. The problem is that the client has an impersonal experience; but worse than that, this way of planning can lead to unintended results in the long run for the family.

Consequences When Attorneys Don't Listen

When lawyers do not take the time to listen and consider a family's personal circumstances, the result is that your Will & Trust Documents do not end up reflecting what your family really wants to happen. And usually, there is no review or updating, so the plan quickly becomes outdated and does not work when your family needs it most.

So even though you may pay less upfront to get a standard set of documents (or even documents that are customized for your family), things end up much more expensive in the long run. Plus, you leave your family at risk of having to deal with an expensive, unnecessary court process during a time of tremendous grief.

We Listen

Wasinger Law Office is right for you if you want to know that your plan will actually work when you and your loved ones need it most. If all you want is a set of legal documents, there are plenty of online resources you can use to create them. Or you can go to a traditional estate planning lawyer.

If what you want is to know you've got a plan in place that will work when your family needs it, and keep the people you love out of court, and out of conflict, and your assets out of the hands of the government, then we might be the right fit for you.

Here are Some of the Ways We Are Different From Most Other Estate Planning Lawyers

1. All of our fees are fixed fees agreed to in advance, so there are no surprises. At our initial meeting, you will choose the level of planning and fee that works best for your family, so there will never be any surprises.

2. We keep you informed and make sure your plan works. We don't just prepare a set of legal documents for you and send you on your way. We make sure your assets are owned in the right way, we make sure your kids' well-being is properly planned for, we ensure everyone you've named in your plan knows what to do if anything happens to you. And, we make sure that none of your assets become part of the $58 Billion of unclaimed assets across the United States.

3. We review your plan at least every 3 years and annually through our Family Wealth VIP Membership program. We foster a lifetime, ongoing relationship with our clients. Throughout your life, things change. You change; your assets change; your family changes; the law will definitely change. When planning with us, your plan will keep up with those changes.

4. We have a whole team in place to answer your quick questions and to make the planning process incredibly easy and painless for you and your family. We have a process for helping you make sure that your assets are titled in the right way, both now and over your lifetime.

5. We help you get your legal and financial house in order by helping you make smart choices about things like buying insurance, saving for college, and retirement planning so you never spend more than you have to or get taken advantage of by unscrupulous salespeople.

6. We've been specifically trained as a Personal Family Lawyer® to plan for your life and death, and to ensure that if you have minor children, they are never raised by anyone you wouldn't want or taken into the care of strangers. And, if your children are adults, we help you weave them into your estate plan with care and forethought that most other lawyers simply do not have the training to do.

7. Legacy Planning. We believe that planning is about much more than just the transfer of your financial wealth. With all of our plans, we include a process to help you transfer your most important personal wealth to your loved ones, including your intellectual, spiritual, and human assets - who you are and what's important to you.

Before you engage an estate planning lawyer to help you plan for the well-being of your money, your family, and your life, there are questions you need to ask. You need to ensure that the estate plan you put in place will really work when your family needs it and won't end up just a pile of worthless paper after you are gone.

Don't let a set of legal documents become false security that keeps you from doing what's best for your loved ones.

Main Office

Main Office
605 Robinson St
Suite 730
Orlando, FL 32801

Phone

(407) 308-0991

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

Yes

Services Offered For Fixed Fees?

All of our fees are fixed fees agreed to in advance, so there are no surprises.

Hourly Rates

Fixed Fees

Office Information
Office Hours

9 am to 5 pm Monday to Friday, Weekends by Appt.

Emergency After Hours

No

Languages Spoken

English

Estate Planning

Estate planning is a legal roadmap that tells judges and heirs exactly how your assets and children should be taken care of after you die. Matthew puts together wills and trusts that help with wealth preservation and can establish guardianship.

Estate Planning Options

Estate planning - especially if you have young children, own a business, or a home is important. Matthew offers three options to begin the process:

1. Family Plan:
This is a will-based plan for those who may not have many assets but who would go through probate. This is a plan to ensure that small children are taken care of and that health care directives are followed.

The Family Plan offers peace of mind. It includes health care directives and powers of attorney so that you, your children, and your family are cared for should death occur.

A Family Plan will ensure that your children are raised by the people you choose and not removed from your home by state authorities.

2. Trust Plan:
This a trust-based plan for those who want 100% assurance that family wealth will be transferred to heirs as conveniently as possible and within the privacy of Matthew Wasinger's office without the involvement of the courts.

The Trust Plan allows clients to protect their beneficiary's inheritance from lawsuits, spouses, and estate taxes. This is a plan giving you peace of mind that Matthew is here to help you and will navigate the process during your life, and for your family after you are gone.

The Trust Plan includes Wills, Health Care Directives, and Powers of Attorney so that you and your assets are well taken care of.

All asset transfers will be handled by you, with unlimited guidance and support from Matthew.

There is a Kids Protection Plan that may also be included to ensure that your children are never taken from your home by the state authorities. You plan and determine who will be selected to raise your children in the manner that you choose.

3. Wealth Plan:
This is a plan for the family that wants the total assurance and peace of mind of the Trust Plan and also all the comfort of knowing that assets transfers have been taken care of by our office.

This plan is appropriate for busy families who want the least amount of personal effort and the greatest amount of convenience and care.

It includes all the components of the Trust Plan, plus, we analyze how each of your assets is titled or designated.

We prepare an asset spreadsheet confirming what you own and how it is held and then complete all of the forms and requests necessary to transfer every asset and designate every beneficiary for the maximum protection of your family and your assets.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

How We Are Different

Explaining to you how we are different requires an explanation of what the traditional experience with a lawyer is like. If you've worked with a lawyer to prepare estate planning documents for you in the past, this will sound familiar.

During the traditional experience, you'll go in and meet with a lawyer who will oftentimes make things seem very complicated and confusing.

You'll have a good idea your lawyer is smart and seems to know what they are doing, so you'll nod and answer questions as if you understand everything. Because you want to do the right thing for your family, you'll have the lawyer prepare documents for you and you'll sign the documents, feeling relieved you got THAT taken care of.

You'll take your fancy estate planning binder full of documents home, stick it on a shelf or in a drawer, mark estate planning off your checklist as DONE, feel good, and never think about it again.

You might remember your lawyer said something about moving your bank accounts into your trust so you'll go to the bank, forget what you were supposed to do, call your lawyer's office, get a voicemail, have to leave the bank, and wait for a call back, (which takes several hours at least and sometimes days) and by that time, you'll have gotten busy with other things and never get around to moving that bank account.

A few weeks later, you'll get a bill in the mail for $67.50 for 15 minutes of your lawyer's time for answering a couple of questions. You'll make a mental note don't call lawyer ever again.

Several years later, you'll refinance your house or sell it and buy a new one and forget that you were supposed to let your lawyer know or make sure you kept the title in the name of the trust.

Your children will get older, making your guardianship choices outdated, but you don't want to call your lawyer because you know you'll get a bill in the mail two weeks later.

You'll hear something about a change in the tax law, but you figure you'd surely get a letter in the mail from your lawyer if it was something that affected you, so you don't worry about it. And, you'd have to dig through boxes to find your trust documents so you could remember your lawyer's name and find her contact information. Who has time for that?

It's not until you become incapacitated or die and your family finds the binder you stuck up on a shelf several years before and never looked at again, that they'll realize your plan is so outdated that it has nothing to do with your life, your assets and the law.

Your family is at a loss. They don't know where to turn or what to do, so they contact the same lawyer you used to prepare the documents, who is as happy as can be to probate your assets, which never made it into the trust.

Unfortunately, what I discovered is the estate planning industry was not designed to serve growing families who experience lots of change on their way to success. It was designed to serve 70 and 80-year old's who were preparing for death.

Our Firm Prepares You for Life

What makes our firm different is that we were built with the needs of growing families in mind. We understand you are BUSY, you are growing, you are planning for a life of prosperity and you value ease, convenience, and efficiency. You are raising children, and caring for elderly parents, while also working hard to build your own nest egg for a lifetime of support. You want to know you've made the best decisions for your family and that your plan will work when your loved ones need it most. You want to make sure your minor children would be raised by the people you choose, and never by anyone you wouldn't want, and that your teens and adult children are properly prepared to care for you and what you leave behind.

You want to feel confident that you've made the right choices and handled everything so that you aren't leaving behind a mess when something happens.

That is our focus as well. We've developed unique systems to give you the same access to a Personal Family Lawyer as was previously only available to the super-wealthy, so you can have the guidance you need to build and maintain a life of prosperity and wealth. And, to keep your family out of court and out of conflict, which is the greatest risk to the people you love and all you have created, even if you've already worked with a traditional lawyer or created documents online.

Our Team Is Here for You

We encourage communication with our clients. In fact, we've thrown out the time clocks so you never have to be afraid to call with a quick question. Everything we do is billed on a flat-fee basis, agreed to in advance, so there are never any surprises. Plus, a lot more.

I can't go into all of the details here, but we'll definitely talk about it when you come in for your Family Wealth Planning Session. Book Your Planning Session here now https://scheduleyourlawyer.com/matthew-wasinger/.

WASINGER LAW OFFICE, PLLC
Matthew Wasinger

Orlando, Florida, real estate attorney and estate planning attorney Matthew Wasinger has been protecting family and business legacies since 2008.

Matthew Wasinger is the founder of Wasinger Law Office, PLLC, and provides Florida families, individuals, and businesses with estate planning, trusts and wealth preservation, and guardianship for minor children.

"Millennials are a highly underserved group of families and businesses in Florida," Matthew said. "These are young, successful, driven people who need legal advice from someone that understands their goals and can offer solutions to the legal problems they have."

Matthew also provides real estate legal services including closings, negotiations, and investment property transactions.

Matthew has more than a decade of experience practicing Florida law. He said that he can relate to the various estate planning and real estate legal situations that his clients face.

"I'm 38 and I was married in January 2018. The clients I work with are like most of my friends who have already started families and have one or two children.

"They're investing, they're buying real estate and they're making plans for their lives. I want to make sure they're getting powerful legal advice.

Matthew has worked on hundreds of cases since 2008 when he began practicing law. He was recently named a 10 Best in Florida for Client Satisfaction, Estate Planning Division, 2018, by the American Institute of Legal Counsel.

Matthew was named one of Orlando's Legal Elite by Orlando Style Magazine in 2015 and 2016 and was named an Orlando Rising Star in 2014.

Matthew was an interviewing and counseling teaching assistant while receiving his Juris Doctorate from Stetson University College of Law, in Gulfport, Florida, in 2008.

While earning his undergraduate degree at Kansas State where he studied pre-law, Matthew was a Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society member which is awarded to the top 1% of college seniors in the country.

Matthew worked in the United States Attorney General's Office in Washington D.C., in the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention during the summer of 2004.

Matthew grew up and lived in Hays, Kansas, however, he is a Washington, D.C., native.

Learn more about the legal challenges you're facing by talking with Matthew about how to protect your family, your business, and your legacy.

License

Bar Number: 57873
Florida, 2008

Education

Stetson Univerity College of Law
Juris Doctrate, 2008

Kansas State University
Bachelor of Acts, 2005

WASINGER LAW OFFICE, PLLC
Matthew Wasinger

Orlando, Florida, real estate attorney and estate planning attorney Matthew Wasinger has been protecting family and business legacies since 2008.

Matthew Wasinger is the founder of Wasinger Law Office, PLLC, and provides Florida families, individuals, and businesses with estate planning, trusts and wealth preservation, and guardianship for minor children.

"Millennials are a highly underserved group of families and businesses in Florida," Matthew said. "These are young, successful, driven people who need legal advice from someone that understands their goals and can offer solutions to the legal problems they have."

Matthew also provides real estate legal services including closings, negotiations, and investment property transactions.

Matthew has more than a decade of experience practicing Florida law. He said that he can relate to the various estate planning and real estate legal situations that his clients face.

"I'm 38 and I was married in January 2018. The clients I work with are like most of my friends who have already started families and have one or two children.

"They're investing, they're buying real estate and they're making plans for their lives. I want to make sure they're getting powerful legal advice.

Matthew has worked on hundreds of cases since 2008 when he began practicing law. He was recently named a 10 Best in Florida for Client Satisfaction, Estate Planning Division, 2018, by the American Institute of Legal Counsel.

Matthew was named one of Orlando's Legal Elite by Orlando Style Magazine in 2015 and 2016 and was named an Orlando Rising Star in 2014.

Matthew was an interviewing and counseling teaching assistant while receiving his Juris Doctorate from Stetson University College of Law, in Gulfport, Florida, in 2008.

While earning his undergraduate degree at Kansas State where he studied pre-law, Matthew was a Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society member which is awarded to the top 1% of college seniors in the country.

Matthew worked in the United States Attorney General's Office in Washington D.C., in the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention during the summer of 2004.

Matthew grew up and lived in Hays, Kansas, however, he is a Washington, D.C., native.

Learn more about the legal challenges you're facing by talking with Matthew about how to protect your family, your business, and your legacy.

License

Bar Number: 57873
Florida, 2008

Education

Stetson Univerity College of Law Juris Doctrate, 2008


Kansas State University Bachelor of Acts, 2005


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