Whether your Florida estate is large or small, we know that you have worked extremely hard to acquire it and you want to protect it. Estate planning and probate law involves decades of real and personal property laws as well as ownership and ownership-transfer laws. If you are looking to:
an experienced and knowledgeable attorney can make the difference between a successful plan and failure. It is not that we planned to fail, but that we failed to plan.
At the Tampa, Florida law firm of Gorman & Jones, PLC, our attorneys are highly skilled and bring over 30 years of combined experience in all aspects of:
Get the Legal Help You Deserve From an Experienced Attorney
We know that you may find starting your estate plan a daunting endeavor. At the Florida offices of Gorman & Jones, PLC, we strive to ensure you have a stress-free experience. We provide a casual environment where you can openly discuss your concerns, and get the answers you need from one-on-one consultations with one of our friendly and knowledgeable attorneys
Our attorneys will draw from decades of experience drawn from thousands of wills and trusts, and hundreds of cases.
Additionally, we draw on our close relationships with financial advisors, elder care planners, certified estate planners, certified public accounts and other experts as needed to ensure your individual needs are addressed.
Over 30 Years of Experience With an Exclusive Focus on Estate Planning,
Asset Protection and Probate Law
Gorman & Jones, PLC
500 North Westshore Blvd,
Suite 920, Tampa, FL.
Our office is conveniently located at Westshore Mall in the Zeno building. Free parking.
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