Welcome to Yergey & Yergey, P.A.
Central Florida’s Probate and Estate Planning Attorneys
While taking a do-it-yourself approach can be practical and beneficial in many aspects of life, dealing with legal matters is not one of them. When the time comes to make sure your rights are being fully protected, it is crucial to have the help of an experienced attorney. You deserve nothing less. The Orlando law firm of Yergey and Yergey, P.A. has been providing individuals, families and businesses with skilled representation and personalized legal services since 1928. You can count on David A. Yergey, Jr. to provide you with honest legal advice as he seeks solutions that meet your unique needs. In our firm, relationships matter to us and clients come first. We invite you to contact our firm to schedule an appointment to discuss your legal needs with a lawyer. We handle a variety of practice areas, including:
Estate and Probate Law
: estate planning, wills and trusts, estate tax planning, probate, estate planning and trust administration, guardianships and probate litigation
Real Estate Law
: commercial real estate, residential real estate, title insurance, closings, foreclosures and real estate litigation
- Business Law: formation and maintenance of corporations and LLC’s
This website and all of its content is not intended as legal advice and is for informational purposes only based on Florida law. There is no attorney/client relationship until the client has actually met and/or retained the services of this law firm. This information is not intended to replace the assistance of an attorney in any particular situation. The purpose of providing this information to the public is to increase awareness of the need for probate and estate planning attorneys and to help families become better acquainted with some of the devices involved. Further changes in laws cannot be predicted, and statements in this publication are based solely upon the laws in effect at the time of creation of this website.
Yergey and Yergey, P.A. does not disclose any nonpublic personal information about our clients to anyone for any purpose that is not specifically permitted by law.