We are not just lawyers – we are people that are truly passionate about serving and caring for the elderly, and we want to ensure that they are honored, protected, and dignified.
Unfortunately, the law is often complex and burdensome. We focus on educating clients so they know how to best handle all the things that need to be addressed if you, your spouse, or both pass away unexpectedly or are incapacitated physically or mentally.
Whether it’s an elder parent or a special needs child about to turn 18, we have the experience and expertise to help you protect them and their future.
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Laurie Ohall is board certified in elder law, which means she’s in the top 7% of attorneys in the state of Florida and is recognized by the state as a true specialist. Laurie has been practicing law since 1994 and her mission in the practice of law has always been to honor, educate, and protect her client’s rights. She does this through the practice of estate planning which includes the related fields of asset protection planning, elder law, probate, guardianship and trust administration.
Dana C. Kemper, elder law attorney, received her B.A in English from Ohio State University in 1991 and her Paralegal Certificate in Litigation Management from The Institute for Paralegal Studies (f/k/a The Philadelphia Institute) in 1992. She obtained her Juris Doctorate degree, cum laude, from Stetson University College of Law in May 2007. Ms. Kemper began her career in law as a paralegal and has worked in the areas of Social Security Disability, insurance defense, nursing home negligence, and medical malpractice. Since 2001, she has worked as a paralegal and practiced as an attorney in the area of Elder Law. She is a member of the Elder Law and Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Sections of the Florida Bar, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, and the Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys.
Neysa Smith hails from Tampa, Florida. She graduated high school from the Academy of the Holy Names and attended University of Florida where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science Education in 1987. Ms. Smith is also a graduate of the National Institute of Paralegal Studies with a degree in Paralegal Studies which she received in 1989 and she has worked for several years as a paralegal handling personal injury cases. Currently, Ms. Smith works in the firm’s Probate and Guardianship Department.