Notice: Due to COVID-19, we will be conducting all consultations either via phone, email or regular mail. If you need any documentation signed or dropped off, feel free to drop it off through our office door mail slot. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions!


  • My Highest
    Honor Is
    Representing You

    I am dedicated to providing legal services focused on integrity and diligence.

    Hire Someone You Trust
  • More Than
    45 Years' Experience

    With decades of hands-on experience, I can provide the legal services you need.

    Hire Someone With Experience
  • Representing Your Relative‚Äôs Best Interest

    When administering their estate, I will honor your loved one's wishes.

    Let Me Help Your Family
  • Offering

    I am here to assist you with all your probate and estate planning needs.

    Schedule Your Consultation

Blog Posts in June, 2013

The Accidental Guardianship

How Much Will Your Child Pay in Fees? For most young families who make a Last Will and Testament, one of the most important and difficult decisions is naming a guardian for their minor children in the ...
Continue reading "The Accidental Guardianship" »

Will My Will Be Willfully Honored?

Some Reasons Your Will May Not Be Honored: If you put forth the time, effort, and expense to have your will prepared by a Miami probate lawyer, you want it to be followed. A common reason that a will ...
Continue reading "Will My Will Be Willfully Honored?" »

Will Your Estate Be Litigated?

Will contests and other litigation during administration of your estate or trust is very stressful to the parties, delays distribution, and greatly increases the costs. One might think that only ...
Continue reading "Will Your Estate Be Litigated?" »

In Charge of Estate Administration?

Are you in charge of administering an estate? If you are designated as "Personal Representative" in the will of a deceased Florida resident, you are charged with the duty to administer the ...
Continue reading "In Charge of Estate Administration?" »

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a personal representative, and what are they responsible for? A personal representative is a person you choose and declare in your will to administer your estate. They are responsible for the entire estate administration process, which includes filing tax returns, paying off debts, and distributing your property according to your will. It is a huge responsibility, and the person you choose as an executor must understand what is involved in the estate administration process.
Read More FAQs