Timothy A. Miller, P. A.
Attorney at Law, St. Petersburg, Florida

The Law Office of Timothy A. Miller opened in St. Petersburg in 1983, focusing on probate administration and litigation. Mr. Miller's extensive trial experience has included prosecuting both criminal cases as an Assistant State Attorney and disciplinary cases for state professional boards. He also litigated complex industrial injury cases statewide, before focusing on probate and trust litigation exclusively. He has obtained the highest peer review rating possible through the Martindale-Hubbell rating system for legal ability and professional ethics.

Probate and Trust Litigation

The firm represents beneficiaries and family members in all aspects of litigated probate and trust disputes. Cases include "undue influence" claims, mental capacity challenges, trust administration disputes, beneficiary representation, will and trust contests, compensation disputes, removal of personal representative or trustee actions, and any other disputes arising in probate or trust administration or concerning pre-death assets issues.

Probate Estates

Probate is the process for transferring assets after death. Thoughtfully prepared planning documents will protect your family and ensure that your intentions are fulfilled.

We represent personal representatives in settling probate estates and trustees in administering trusts. We assist our clients with post-death transfers of property and direct them through an orderly and timely distribution of the estate or trust assets. Many of our clients are out-of-state family members serving as estate administrators.

Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning

Our objective is to simplify the challenges and confusion of planning the client's estate, small or large. We customize wills, trusts, and other flexible planning documents to meet each client's specific goals, including "life planning" documents for end of life or incapacity possibilities.

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