Florida’s only law firm with two attorneys board certified in both Wills, Trusts and Estates and Elder Law.
The Law Offices of Hoyt & Bryan is Central Florida’s leading estate planning and elder law firm and the only Florida law firm with two attorneys board certified in both Wills, Trusts and Estates as well as in Elder Law. We were founded in 1999 and our main office is located in the heart of historic Oviedo, Florida. We also have an office at One Senior Place in Altamonte Springs, Florida.
Peggy Hoyt and Randy Bryan, the founding partners, bring significant estate planning, elder law, estate administration, real estate and business planning experience to their practice. Both are Florida Bar Board Certified in Wills, Trusts and Estates as well as in Elder Law. Together they have combined legal experience of more than 40 years. We are members of WealthCounsel, ElderCounsel, Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, national organizations of estate planning and elder law professionals committed to one goal – the best interests of our clients.
Estate planning is a process designed to allow you to control your property while you are alive and well; plan for yourself and your loved ones in the event of your disability and then give what you have, to whom you want, when you want, the way you want.
Elder law is not necessarily defined by any specific technical legal distinctions. Rather, elder law is more accurately defined by the people that it serves—older individuals, most commonly referred to as seniors or elders.
Special Needs Planning
Special needs trusts (also sometimes referred to as “supplemental needs” trusts) allow a disabled beneficiary to receive gifts, lawsuit settlements, or other funds and still be eligible for certain government programs.
Dispute Resolution, also known as alternative dispute resolution, is a process where a neutral and impartial third person acts to encourage and facilitate the resolution of a dispute without litigation. It is an informal and non-adversarial process.