Fisher & Fisher, Attorneys at Law
Fisher & Fisher, Attorneys at Law is a law firm with over 35 years of experience, practicing in estate planning. They can help you create a Will or Trust, provide you with advice after the death of a loved one, defend your rights as a beneficiary of an estate with a Will or Trust contest (estate litigation), represent a Personal Representative or Trustee during a Probate or Trust administration, develop a specific plan to assist in the qualification for Nursing Home Medicaid, and more. It is an office where every member and every minute is dedicated to assisting you with all aspects of estate planning.
We limit our practice exclusively to estate planning and probate. We don’t do divorces, auto injuries, or bankruptcies.
Two Generations of Estate Lawyers
Your family spans more than one generation, and so does the law firm of Fisher & Fisher. With two generations of attorneys dedicated to helping your family, they will be there for you, your children, and possibly your grandchildren.
J. Mark Fisher
J. Mark Fisher is a 1977 graduate of Ft. Walton Beach High School in Ft. Walton Beach, Florida. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance from Florida State University School of Business in 1981 and his Juris Doctorate from Mississippi College School of Law in 1984.Read More about J. Mark Fisher
The term “estate” is the legal term given to all your assets once you have passed away. The term “assets” means the property you own and control such as real estate, stocks, bonds, cash, etc. Assets can be tangible or intangible. Estate planning is the creation of a plan or an arrangement which governs your assets during your lifetime and allows the orderly disposition of your estate after your death.Learn More About Estate Planning
Estate Litigation encompasses a variety of legal actions related to the estate of a deceased person. The action may relate to real property or personal property, and may be initiated by a Personal Representative, a Trustee, a beneficiary, an interested party or a third party.
It is important to know your rights and have an experienced attorney to represent your interests.Learn More About Estate Litigation
A Trust Administration generally occurs when a parent dies with a Trust in place, at death. Assets must be titled to the Trust to avoid probate. Creditors, taxes, and other expenses must be paid before beneficiaries receive their shares. Both procedures are governed by Florida Statutes.Learn More About Estate Administration
Nursing Home Medicaid Planning
The fastest-growing segment of our population is the oldest one-third. More and more of this segment of society may need skilled long-term care. Medicaid’s Institutionalized Care Program (ICP) helps seniors pay for the monthly cost of the nursing facility and provides general medical coverage. The average cost of a nursing home in Florida is currently $9,485 (DCF Appendix A-35) a month.Learn More About Nursing Home Medicaid Planning
We have three convenient office locations to serve you throughout the Florida panhandle: Fort Walton Beach, Pensacola, and by appointment only, in Panama City. We provide services throughout all of Okaloosa, Escambia, Walton, Santa Rosa, and Bay Counties. We are also available for home, hospital, nursing home, and assisted living visits throughout Northwest Florida.
Be assured that we are ready to provide you with competent and efficient service. We all enjoy what we do and believe anyone seeking our services will be pleased they selected our firm.
by J. Mark Fisher
A Guide for New Trustees, as well as, Trust Creators and Beneficiaries
by J. Mark Fisher
Learn the importance of proper planning through this collection of real life examples by attorney J. Mark Fisher.