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– Chuck F.

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Harrison Estate Law, P.A. is proud to advise clients in the areas of Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts, Probate Conflicts, Guardianships, Conservatorships, and Asset Protection. Brothers McCabe and Casey Harrison work together to provide all-around probate and estate planning services.

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Harrison Estate Law, P.A. is proud to advise clients in the areas of Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts, Probate Conflicts, Guardianships, Conservatorships, and Asset Protection. Brothers McCabe and Casey Harrison work together to provide all-around probate and estate planning services. Our family business focuses on assisting clients with planning for the unfortunate realities of death and disability in order to make that process as painless as possible for loved ones.

When complications arise, we can stand beside you in the Florida probate courts to raise will contests and fiduciary challenges, or to have a guardian appointed to make decisions for your loved one. With experience preparing and litigating wills, trusts, powers of attorney, designations of health care surrogate, and living wills, we give you the peace of mind to know your affairs will be handled when you are no longer able to do so yourself.

We advise bereaved families, executors, trustees, and beneficiaries regarding their rights and responsibilities when a loved one has passed away and it becomes necessary to open a probate with the Court or to administer a trust. Probate Trial Attorney Casey Harrison has nearly a decade of experience in the courtroom, and Estate Planning Attorney McCabe Harrison holds a Masters’ of Law (L.L.M.) in Taxation, on top of a law degree. That means he can help you find efficient strategies to protect your assets, properly fund your trust, and be sure more of your money passes to your loved ones, instead of paying taxes and probate costs.

Gainesville, FL – Estate Planning and Probate Law Firm

From our estate planning and probate law firm in Gainesville, Florida, in Alachua County, we work with clients across the State of Florida, even working with families who live elsewhere when a family member passes with property within the state. Contact us now to schedule a complimentary consultation.

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McCabe Harrison

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McCabe is a knowledgeable and compassionate estate planning and probate attorney with a special understanding of the financial and tax side of your final affairs. With an advanced degree (L.L.M.) in taxation, and deep connections to Florida, McCabe balances love and logic in helping his clients create and execute their estate plans.

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Casey Harrison

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Casey is a sympathetic and savvy probate attorney with nearly a decade of experience first working within, and later arguing in front of, Florida’s circuit and appellate courts. He applies this versatile background with attentiveness and an even-keeled approach to address your most complicated probate matters from an all-around perspective.

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