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The Law Offices of Hoyt & Bryan

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The Law Offices of Hoyt & Bryan helps families protect their loved ones by focusing their practice in the areas of estate planning, probate and trust administration, elder law including Medicaid and VA planning, special-needs planning, pet planning, business creation and succession planning, and real estate.

The founders, Peggy Hoyt and Randy Bryan, are both dual-board-certified specialists by the Florida Bar in wills, trusts, and estates as well as elder law. Hoyt & Bryan is the only law firm in Florida with the distinction of two attorneys with these certifications. In June 2019, partner attorney Sarah AuMiller was recognized by the Florida Bar as a board-certified specialist in elder law. Associate attorney Michelle Adams Gumula also provides quality legal education and counseling to Hoyt & Bryan’s clients and their trusted advisors.

Many individuals wait until it’s too late to properly plan for their long-term care or the distribution of their estate – when they are no longer competent, for example – and they are unable to participate in the planning process. An elder-law planning process is essential to ensure proper legal directives for disability and asset protection.

Hoyt & Bryan offers many complimentary educational workshops each week in its Learning Center at The Law Offices of Hoyt & Bryan and monthly workshops in the auditorium of One Senior Place in Altamonte Springs. For more information, or to make an appointment, please call 407-977-8080 or visit HoytBryan.com. 

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