Lee County Probate Lawyers – Litigating Complex Probate and Estate Disputes
The attorneys at SW Florida Probate Trial Lawyers litigate complex probate, trust, estate and guardianship cases throughout Lee County and across the South Florida region. The legal team in our Fort Myers office location is well-situated to represent beneficiaries, personal representatives, trustees and other parties in Lee County and surrounding areas who are involved in significant inheritance-related disputes. Our firm also has an offices in Miami, Florida.
At SW Florida Probate Trial Lawyers, we are focused on meeting the needs of our clients. From your initial consultation to the conclusion of your case, you can be confident that our Lee County probate litigation lawyers will provide exceptional legal representation. We are a small group of talented and dedicated professionals who know what it takes to successfully litigate sophisticated probate and estate-related claims. Our attorneys have over 200 years of collective experience handling complex civil litigation cases. Regardless of whether you are involved in a highly contentious will contest case, or are involved in a dispute over the appointment of a guardian, we are committed to working one-on-one with you to secure a fair and positive outcome for you and your loved ones.
The lawyers at our firm have been widely recognized for their advanced trial skills, legal knowledge and professionalism. A number of our attorneys have received multiple honors and awards, including being named as Florida Super Lawyers by Florida Super Lawyers Magazine and as Top Civil Trial Attorneys by Florida Trend Magazine. Several of our lawyers have also achieved board certification in Civil Trial from the Florida Bar. Civil Trial certification represents the highest level of evaluation by the Florida Bar of an attorney’s professionalism, ethics, and competency and experience in civil trial practice.
Lee County, Florida
Located along Florida’s southwest coast, Lee County was established in 1887 when it gained independence from Monroe County, Florida. Fort Myers serves as the county seat for Lee County and is situated approximately 140 miles from Fort Lauderdale via Interstate 75 and 156 miles from Miami.
According to U.S. Census Bureau reports, Lee County’s land area in 2010 was 784.51 square miles. The total population of Lee County was estimated to be at 661,115 persons in 2013 by the U.S. Census Bureau. This represents a 6.8 increase in the county’s population from 2010. The median age of Lee County is estimated to be 46 years with 25.7 percent of the county’s population being 65 years of age or older.
Lee County offers sunny skies, miles of white sandy beaches, top-notch dining and shopping, and an abundance of recreational activities. Both retirees and working professionals are drawn to the area, with real estate, construction, professional services, finance, insurance and health care services being major players in the region’s economy.
Contact Our Lee County Office Location
Our firm’s Fort Myers office provides highly-skilled, professional advocacy to individuals, families, and organizations throughout the Lee County region involved in substantial probate and estate-related conflicts. If you have questions about an inheritance-related dispute, or are in need of legal representation in connection with a litigation matter, we encourage you to contact SW Florida Probate Trial Lawyers. The probate litigation lawyers in our Lee County location will thoroughly review your situation to determine how we can best be of assistance to you. You can reach our Fort Myers office by 800-785-0647 or by completing our online contact form.