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The most successful teams are those comprised of individuals with diverse and complementary talents who work together in pursuit of a common goal. At Ellis Law Group, we have assembled a team of estate law attorneys who possess a depth and breadth of collective experience that is hard to match and who share a commitment to providing exceptional client service and representation that are the defining principles of the firm.

Our collaborative approach means that each client reaps the benefits of the unique backgrounds and insights of every attorney at our firm. We invite you to learn more about the talented and dedicated attorneys who have come together to make Ellis Law Group one of the premier estate law firms in South Florida. Please call us today at 561-910-7500 or contact us online to discover how we can help you with the matters that matter most. We look forward to serving you.

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Probate Lawyer or Probate Litigation Attorney?

Wed Mar 31, 2021

No one likes conflict, but conflicts over a will can be especially trying. It’s not uncommon for the personal representative, heirs, or beneficiaries to know that a conflict will arise and be difficult to get resolved. As a result, they begin wondering if they should hire an attorney. Unfortunately, some […]

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Why a Personal Representative Should Consider Hiring a Boca Raton Probate Attorney

Wed Mar 17, 2021

When people write their wills, they often name close friends or loved ones as the personal representative of their estate. As a result, many personal representatives often find themselves feeling overwhelmed and unqualified to handle such a significant responsibility. And while the personal representative is not obligated to hire an […]

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Who Does a Probate Litigation Attorney Represent?

Fri Feb 26, 2021

While most estates make their way through the probate process without issue, many others quickly become bogged down in disputes. These disputes can arise for several reasons, including disputes concerning the validity of the will or the personal representative’s breach of their fiduciary duty. If you are involved in an […]

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