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Since 1987
Probate and Estate Planning Since 1987

Tampa Probate Lawyers

Florida Estate Planning and Administration Lawyers

For over 20 years, Yates & Taylor, P.A., in Tampa, Florida, has successfully guided its clients through matters related to wills, trusts and estates. A woman-owned law firm with a dedicated staff, we have decades of combined experience with Florida probate, trust litigation and related matters. Our founding attorney has practiced law for more than 20 years, and our support staff brings more than 25 years of combined experience to our firm.

Estate planning is not only for the wealthy; people of modest means can benefit by thinking about the future and how they would like to distribute their homes, cars and personal property. By undertaking estate planning, they can structure their resources to protect themselves, their parents and their children in the event of serious injury or untimely death.

Our firm works closely with clients as we start the estate planning process by:

  • Listening to our clients needs, wishes, desires and goals
  • Analyzing the options available
  • Developing a plan to reach the goals or solve the problems
  • Implementing the plan, drafting needed documents and answering client questions

Lawyers That Other Lawyers Trust

Our dedication to our clients goes beyond estate planning and administration. When a will or trust is the subject of a dispute, our law firm is a respected resource in the legal community for probate litigation; other lawyers turn to us for guidance in such matters and often entrust their clients to our firm for litigated estate matters. Our own clients as well as those from other firms rely on us to aggressively protect their interests in court if the need arises.

Call our law office at either 813-463-8744 or 888-450-2930 or send us an e-mail to arrange for your consultation with a Tampa probate attorney.

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We assist clients with estate planning by preparing wills and trusts with the goal of establishing an orderly plan for the distribution of assets – during the client’s life and following the client’s death – according to the client’s wishes.

— Carla B. Yates