Communities We Serve – Nassau County

Do you live in or around the Nassau County, Florida area? If so, you may know a thing or two about The Edwards Law Firm. Over the years, we have served thousands of people from this part of the state, providing high quality estate planning and elder law services. Thanks to our experienced and knowledgeable team, we are in position to help local residents with a variety of needs.

It doesn’t matter if you are creating an estate plan, have questions about Medicaid, or simply need somebody to provide advice, our top notch legal team has you covered. We know how difficult it can be to address your concerns and challenges without professional help. For this reason, we’re always here to show you the way.

We Assist Residents of Nassau County, Florida

Maybe you live in Nassau County. Or maybe you live in a surrounding county. Either way, you know one thing to be true: it’s a great place to live. Not only is the weather gorgeous most of the year, but the people are friendly. What more could you want?

Located in the Jacksonville Metropolitan Statistical Area with a population of approximately 73,000, you get the best of both worlds with Nassau County. You’re close enough to a big city that you have all the convenience amenities you’re looking for. However, there aren’t so many people in the county that you feel cramped.

In addition to the many people that call Nassau County home, it’s important to note that it’s a big time tourist destination. There are many reasons for this, including the fact that Amelia Island and Fernandina Beach attract visitors from all over the world. Add this to the many golf courses that cover the county, and you have a reason for tourists to visit throughout the year.

Along with the above, there are several other key details associated with Nassau County. Consider the following:

  • The county was created in 1824 from Duval County. It was named after the Duchy of Nassau.
  • At this time, the county is governed by a five member team known as the Nassau County Board of County Commissioners.
  • The county covers 726 square miles. This includes 649 square miles of land and another 77 square miles of water.

Over the years, the population of the county has steadily increased. While this is sure to slow down at some point, there is no reason to believe that it’s coming any time soon. Instead, the steady growth shows that residents love what the county has to offer and that others are more than willing to move into the area.

Education in Nassau County, Florida

There are many reasons why people enjoy living in the county, including the fact that it’s school districts are among the best of the best.

It all starts with the Nassau County School District. This public school system provides a high quality education to students throughout the region, thanks to a variety of elementary, middle, and high schools. For example, there are three high schools that make up the district:

  • Fernandina Beach High
  • West Nassau High
  • Yulee High

It doesn’t matter which one of these schools you attend, you can be rest assured that the education will exceed your expectations. Furthermore, Nassau County is home to some of the top private schools in the state, including but not limited to:

  • Amelia Island Montessori
  • Nassau Christian School
  • Fernandina Beach Christian Academy
  • Faith Christian Academy
  • St. Michaels Academy

Last, but certainly not least, there are higher education opportunities in the county as well. For example, Florida State College at Jacksonville, which is part of the Florida College System, has a campus here. Known as the Betty Cook Center, it awards both bachelor’s and associates degrees.

The Nassau County Senior Community

There are many types of people living in the county. From young to old, it’s a great place to make your home. According to the 2000 Census, the median age in Nassau County was 38. Along with this, it’s important to note that approximately 12.6 percent of the population was age 65 or older.

This isn’t the largest senior population in the state, but it’s more than enough to show that people in this age bracket enjoy what the county has to offer.

There are many reasons for the growth of the senior population, including the fact that retirees enjoy everything that Nassau County has to offer. Along with this, there are many housing options, including both condos and apartments.

Estate Planning in Nassau County, FL

Even if you are one of the many younger residents in Nassau County, it doesn’t mean that it’s too early to create an estate plan. In fact, if you take care of this now, you can feel much better about what the future will bring.

At our law firm, we don’t care what age you are. If you have estate planning questions, we are here to help. Our attorneys can assist you with a variety of needs, including but not limited to:

  • Create an estate plan that works for you and your family, both now and in the future.
  • Create a strategy for protecting your wealth, such as by avoiding probate.
  • Make sure that your children will be cared for in the event that you pass on before they reach age 18.
  • Plan for retirement, which may include a total review of your finances to make sure you’re on track to reach your goals.

Estate planning is different for everyone. The moves you make may not do anything for the next person, and vice versa. Just remember, our legal team is here to guide you, regardless of what you need to accomplish.

Contact Us

At The Edwards Law Firm, we are available to provide assistance within your schedule. Contact us online or by phone at (904) 215-3550. At that point, we can decide how to move forward.

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