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Firm Overview

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

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  • More Than
    45 Years' Experience

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

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  • Representing Your Relative‚Äôs Best Interest

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

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Susan E. Durre

Counsel for the Residents of Miami-Dade County

I have been practicing law since 1971, and opened my own firm in 1975. I understand that probate is not only a somewhat depressing matter, but a stressful issue as well. My goal as your attorney is to minimize the stress you and your family may feel, and ensure that your end goals are met. I own and manage my own firm, and I strive to give clients my full attention at all times. If it means scheduling an appointment for a client after normal business hours, I will do so. It is my honor to represent you, and I will help you and your family in any way possible.

Experience and Legal Credentials

I have a bachelor's degree in business administration and accounting, which gives me insight into how financial decisions can impact a person's life. In 1988-1989, I was chair of the Probate section of the Miami-Dade County Bar Association. I have previously served as president of the South Miami-Kendall Bar Association and, recently, served as president of the Miami Business Exchange. When given the opportunity, I lecture at legal seminars and advise others in probate for bar and civic groups. I have also served as legal counsel for Miami-Dade County's first nonprofit corporate guardian, and provided pro bono legal service. Because legal assistance is difficult for some to afford, I offer reasonable attorney fees. What is more, I speak Spanish, allowing me to better serve my clientele.

Contact a Miami Probate Attorney

I handle all types of wealth management and probate issues, such as creating an estate plan, helping people administer an estate, and advising elderly clients. I want to give clients and their families, peace of mind when they hire me. It is my job as an attorney to assist my clients to the best of my ability, and for years, I have helped thousands of clients in Coral Gables and Miami resolve their probate concerns.

Please contact my firm to schedule a meeting, or fill out a free case evaluation form on my website.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do wills have limitations? Yes, wills do have limitations. This is why it is important to create an entire estate plan, and keep every document up-to-date. Things such as financial accounts and insurance policies have more power than a will. If your ex-spouse is named to receive your assets in a financial account or insurance policy after you die, they will receive said money, despite what your will states.
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