The Law Office of Sam W. Boone, Jr.

Gainesville, FL Elder Law & Estate Planning Attorney

Welcome to Boone Law

Estate Planning, Probate and Elder Law are highly specialized areas of law, and they should be handled only by a qualified attorney.

Sam Boone is experienced and accomplished in handling a diverse range of issues affecting the planning for and administration of estates of all sizes. He has particular expertise in areas regarding seniors (including Medicaid planning), persons with disabilities, and their families. His legal experience enables the firm to provide a high degree of service and to interpret and translate complex legal issues for the benefit of clients.

Sam is committed to developing a long-term relationship with clients. He takes a multi-generational approach to your planning to ensure all of your present and future needs are met. Sam will tailor a comprehensive plan to meet your unique needs and concerns.

The Law Office of Sam W. Boone, Jr. assists clients in Gainesville, Florida and the surrounding counties of Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Gilchrist, Levy, Union, Dixie and Marion.

Sam Boone participates in public policy issues affecting clients on both the national and state levels. By doing so he keeps abreast of all major changes in Federal and Florida law ensuring that you receive the best possible legal services.

Contact our Gainsville, FL Estate Planning Attorney for a consultation.

COVID-19 UPDATE

We continue to monitor the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and follow the guidelines recommended by the CDC and local officials, as we provide necessary services to our clients. When needed, we meet clients at our office, and when possible, we work with them through teleconference. Please contact our office if you have any questions.
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