Wills & Trust

Trust Administration

Trust administration encompasses the transfer of assets pursuant to the specific language and instructions contained in the trust agreement. It may also include execution of various tax returns if a personal representative has not been appointed for an individual who established the trust if he or she is now deceased. Trust administration is not limited to post-death administration, as inter vivos trusts routinely provide for distribution of both income and principal during the grantor’s lifetime. Where the grantor appoints himself or herself as the initial trustee, it may be necessary for a successor trustee to administer the trust if the grantor is unable to do so.

Trust Litigation

Will and trust contests: Challenges to the validity of a will and/or trust may be pursued based on grounds provided by statute. Will and trust contests frequently arise when there are questions involving testamentary capacity of the decedent, undue influence, duress, fraud or other factors such as mistake.

Practice Areas


Wills & Trust


Commercial & Real Estate



Contact Us





SPAM validation

Serving clients in Boca Raton, Deerfield Beach, West Palm Beach and throughout the Tri-County Area of Palm Beach County, Broward County and Miami-Dade County.

Web Development by IWD Marketing


Office: (561) 614-2770

1900 N.W. Corporate Blvd.
Suite 301 - West Bldg.
Boca Raton, FL 33431