The Law office of William Eppley, P.A. has proudly been serving the citizens of Brooksville and Hernando County for over 30 years.
Our firm handles legal matters that include the following practice areas:
- General Civil Litigation
- Real Estate
- Real-Estate Litigation
- General Practice
- Probate litigation
- Wills and Trusts
- Estate Planning
- Foreclosure Defense
- Domestic Relations
We also routinely handle wrongful death and other personal injury cases through established co-counsel relationships with some of Central Florida’s leading personal injury law firms.
Please contact our Brooksville law firm with questions about your legal issue. Provide as much information as possible regarding your inquiry. While this contact does not serve to establish an attorney/client relationship, it will allow our legal team to begin an assessment of your case.
Experienced Florida trust and estates attorney helps guide you through the process
Probate follows what is typically a painful emotional loss. Knowledgeable, meticulous probate William Eppley, P.A. has more than 35 years of experience in probate law and knows how to ease the stress of probate by guiding executors and beneficiaries through the complex process.
The process of probate
Most executors have rarely if ever probated a will and know little about the process. William Eppley, P.A. can guide you through all aspects of probate, including:
Valuing and managing the estate
Attorney William Eppley can assist executors with the arduous process of collecting, managing, valuing, protecting and liquidating the assets of the estate. William Eppley, P.A. has a team of experts available to assist in every aspect of estate probate. When appropriate, the firm calls upon accountants, financial advisers, real estate agents, property managers and other professionals to assist with executor duties. He can access expert opinions about unique assets such as antiques, rare books, automobiles and other collectables for accurate valuation, management and possible sale.
Even in apparently straightforward estate cases, there are sometimes disputes between beneficiaries. William Eppley’s professional courtroom presence can calm the emotionally-charged process of probating a challenged will or disputed executor or judicial decision. When it is in the best interests of a client to preserve cordial familial relationships, he is adept at mediating these disputes. When necessary, he assertively defends his client’s beneficiary rights within the Florida probate court.
Contact the thorough estate planning firm of William Eppley, P.A.
William Eppley, P.A. serves clients in Brooksville and throughout Florida. Call 352-796-7276 or contact the firm online.
Florida Civil Litigation Attorney Gets Results for Clients
Resolves disputes for businesses and individuals
When legal disputes disrupt your business or personal life, having a committed, knowledgeable attorney to zealously advocate on your behalf brings comfort and peace of mind. William Eppley, P.A. represents Brooksville businesses, families and individuals in litigation, arbitration and mediation. He can help you with all types of general civil litigation in state and federal courts, including:
Put a strong, determined litigator to work for you
William Eppley, P.A. knows your time is valuable. That is why the firm stresses efficiency throughout the process of resolving your disputes. William Eppley offers his clients:
- Individual attention — When you retain the office of William Eppley, P.A., you receive the care, time and attention you deserve.
- A more cost-efficient model — William Eppley, P.A. constantly seeks ways to cut your costs while maintaining the high level of legal services you expect and deserve.
- Integrity — Trial attorney William Eppley provides you with straightforward, honest answers to all of your questions and ensures you fully understand the litigation process and what to expect as your case moves forward. His clients rely on him to help them set realistic expectations.
- A focus on success — William Eppley, P.A. always has your best interest in mind. If protracted litigation is the only solution to achieve the proper outcome, he is ready. If settling your case early on will achieve the best result, he will take the time to explain why he believes it is in your best interest to settle instead of engaging in lengthy litigation.
Ready for trial
William Eppley, P.A. has the determination, tenacity and skill required to successfully litigate your case when litigation provides the best means of resolving your legal issues. Mr. Eppley’s professional courtroom demeanor and meticulous preparation give him an edge as an assertive, strategic advocate.
Contact an assertive Brooksville, Florida litigation lawyer you can trust
William Eppley, P.A. is located in Brooksville, Florida and represents clients throughout Hernando County and the state of Florida.
Wills and Trust
Experienced Florida trust and estates attorney can draft your last will and testament
A will is essential at every stage of your life, providing you with the opportunity to distribute your property, establish care for your children and otherwise express your wishes for what will happen upon your death. A will is necessary if you intend to leave property to someone who is not your blood relative, e.g., a domestic partner, a friend or a charity. If you die without a will, the court determines how your property is distributed, who cares for your children and even what happens to your beloved pet — and the decisions the court makes might not reflect your desires.
Attorney William Eppley has more than 35 years of experience and can assist by drafting a valid will to ensure your intentions are honored.
Changing your will
As your life evolves, so may your estate plan. You may need to update your will throughout your life. William Eppley drafts valid codicils that address changes in your financial situation, marital status, parenthood status, philanthropic interests and general lifestyle decisions.
Appointing a guardian
Your will allows you to make decisions about the future care of your minor children. This is especially crucial if you are a single parent or in the event that both parents die in a common incident. If you have not named a guardian for your children, the court appoints one, who may make parental decisions contrary to what you would have wanted. In your will, you can also make arrangements for the care of your pets, naming a guardian to take responsibility for them.
Creating an optimal estate plan
Drafting an effective will requires more than filling in a form. If a court determines that your will is invalid, your desires will not be honored upon your death. William Eppley, P.A. meticulously drafts your will and considers all aspects of your estate plan. Attorney Eppley reviews your family arrangements, financial situation and philosophical goals to guide you in making the best estate planning decisions and drafts your will accordingly.
Contact a thorough estate planning lawyer at William Eppley, P.A.
William Eppley, P.A. serves clients in Brooksville and throughout Florida. Call 352-796-7276 or contact Mr. Eppley online.