Frank J. Pyle Probate Attorney

2002 E. Robinson Street
Orlando, FL 32803

(407) 872-1965
(800) 771-7124




There are several probate options available in Florida, ranging from a simple process which does not require an attorney at all, to full or "formal" probate. 


Often when I meet with you, and learn all the facts, I am able to recommend one of the simpler and less expensive (both in filing fees and attorneys fees) procedures, or to tell you no probate is required at all. 

My aim is to provide you only what you require, in a prompt, efficient and courteous manner, saving you time, energy, and, of course, money.

  Although I had a general practice background before specializing in estate planning and probate, I will not attempt to represent clients    in areas in which I am not experienced.


OTHER SERVICES:  I am available to prepare the following estate planning documents for a reasonable fee:

  • Last Will And Testament
  • Revocable Living Trust  (for you to avoid probate entirely)
  • Special Needs Trust
  • Spendthrift Trust
  • Financial Power Of Attorney
  • Living Will
  • Healthcare Surrogate Designation (medical power of attorney)
  • Warranty and Quit-Claim Deeds
  • Lady-Bird Deeds (Enhanced Life Estate) 
  • other needed planning documents

      If your legal needs are outside of my legal expertise, such as personal injury or wrongful death, call me and I will refer you to an attorney who does have that experience, and in whom I have confidence.   For example, I do not handle probate litigation, so if that is your need, I will refer you to another attorney.


   Contact me for a free consultation, with absolutely no obligation, regarding setting up a Will or Trust, or initiating a new Florida probate.

  Although my office is located in Orlando, I am able to handle probate throughout the State of Florida.  If you need probate in another State, you will need an attorney licensed in that State. 

  If you are outside of the metropolitan Orlando area, or are otherwise unable to visit my office, most, if not all, probate paperwork can be handled by mail, email, or fax, you rarely have to appear before the Court, and your questions can be answered by mail, email, fax or phone (toll-free number).


  • Probate throughout the State of Florida
  • Last Will And Testaments
  • Revocable Living Trusts (to avoid probate)
  • Special Needs Trusts
  • Spendthrift Trusts
  • Estate Planning for Florida residents
  • Warranty Deeds and Quit-Claim Deeds

Frank J. Pyle, Florida Probate Attorney

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