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The Kaplan Firm - Orlando, FL

7635 Ashley Park CourtSuite 503-V Orlando, FL 32835

Updated: 02/26/2024

Orlando Probate Law Firm

Overview

Probate and estate administration involves much more than the simple reading of a will. Founding attorney Mary Kaplan of The Kaplan Firm, in Orlando, Florida, is familiar with the intricacies of the probate and estate administration processes and what goes into ensuring that it goes smoothly. She helps administrators and bereaved loved ones anticipate and prepare for challenges and navigate hurdles they may encounter. Mrs...

Probate and estate administration involves much more than the simple reading of a will. Founding attorney Mary Kaplan of The Kaplan Firm, in Orlando, Florida, is familiar with the intricacies of the probate and estate administration processes and what goes into ensuring that it goes smoothly. She helps administrators and bereaved loved ones anticipate and prepare for challenges and navigate hurdles they may encounter. Mrs. Kaplan's goal is to make an emotionally trying process less stressful and to ensure that the deceased's property makes it to the right people.

The attorneys at our law offices possess a wealth of knowledge in a broad range of issues, including estate planning, guardianships, elder law, probate litigation, and will and trust creation. We understand that what we do does not just affect single individuals' lives but rather, the lives of their future generations. For this reason, we work with the utmost diligence to gather the information we need to devise the best possible solutions for clients and their families.

We use the free initial consultation to listen to clients' needs and ask the right questions. From there, we meet with clients both in-person and via virtual appointments to build up their estate plans, address changes and concerns, and ensure that their end-of-life documents reflect their most current goals and wishes. Ultimately, we strive to give clients a peace of mind by remaining proactive partners in their estate planning and end-of-life journeys. We happily accept credit card payments.

When she is not assisting individuals through The Kaplan Firm, Mrs. Kaplan enjoys listening to music, reading, cooking and working out. Above all, though, she treasures her time with her husband, Steve, and their two children, Seth and Paige.

About The Kaplan Firm

Practice Areas

  • Probate
  • Estate Planning
  • Elder Law
  • Medicaid Planning
  • Trusts
  • Wills
  • Guardianships

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7635 Ashley Park CourtSuite 503-V Orlando, FL 32835

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