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Probate and Estate Planning Since 1987

Tampa Estate and Probate Administration Lawyers

Local, Experienced Florida Wills and Trusts Attorneys

Whether you need assistance putting together an estate plan to manage the growth and distribution of your assets, administering the estate of a loved one, or litigating a trust or probate dispute, you can rely on the decades of experience offered by our knowledgeable, compassionate attorneys and staff at Yates & Taylor, P.A.

Woman Owned and Operated Since 1987

Ever since attorney Carla B. Yates began her practice in 1987, she has focused her talents on estate planning, probate administration, and probate and trust litigation. Ms. Yates is joined by associate attorney Ann-Eliza Musoke Taylor. In addition to our attorneys, our staff collectively brings more than 25 years of training and experience to the firm’s practice.

Our woman owned and operated law office is conveniently located in the historic Seminole Furniture Building, across from the University of Tampa and is in close proximity to downtown Tampa and Hyde Park. Plentiful free parking is available in the lot next to our building.

Call the Law Firm Other Lawyers Rely On

Our reputation within the legal community is such that other lawyers frequently turn to us for assistance. We regularly accept referrals from attorneys in other practice areas whose clients need assistance with matters involving estate planning and probate administration. We also regularly represent clients whose original attorneys realized that they needed more experienced counsel.

We are proud of the respect we have won from fellow attorneys. We serve all our clients with the goal of continuing to establish and live up to our reputation. If you need advice from an experienced Tampa estate and probate administration attorney, do not delay to call us at 813-463-8744 or 888-450-2930 or send us an e-mail to arrange a consultation.


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