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Miami Probate Lawyers & Trust Attorneys

Our probate dispute lawyers are industry leaders, recognized by our peers in the Miami probate community.  Whether you’re a trustee, executor, heir, beneficiary, spouse, creditor or conservator, we have the experience to help you get a better result in your probate litigation case sooner and for less legal spend, so you can move on with life.

Miami Office

2600 Douglas Road, Suite 502, Coral Gables, FL 33134

PARKING INFORMATION

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Free parking with validation
  • Valet available

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Giovanna OConnor is an estate attorney in Miami

Giovanna Abreu O’Connor

MANAGING ATTORNEY – MIAMI
Giovanna (“Gia”) Abreu O’Connor is a Senior Attorney and leads the Miami office of RMO, which she helped launch. Gia’s practice focuses on representing beneficiaries and fiduciaries—e.g., administrators, executors, trustees, conservators, and guardians—in contested trust, estate, and guardianship litigation, as well as related estate and guardianship administration issues. Gia also has meaningful experience in handling commercial and business disputes, real estate transactions and disputes, and appeals. Gia works closely with clients, resolving cases with efficiency and innovation and obtaining advantageous outcomes.

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PRACTICE AREAS

We have decades of experience getting results for people like you. Our Miami team will listen to you, investigate your claims, develop a strategy aimed at accomplishing your goals efficiently and cost-effectively, whether that’s through negotiated resolution, formal mediation or trial, so that you can move on with your life.

TRUST LITIGATION

We represent beneficiaries, heirs, administrators, executors, trustees and conservators/conservatees in cases involving disputing a will or trust, claims of breach of fiduciary duty, fiduciary misconduct and fraud, investment mismanagement, financial elder abuse, incapacity, and undue influence.

PROBATE ESTATE LITIGATION

Stepping into the role of “Personal Representative” to handle your loved one’s trust, will, or probate estate can be an overwhelming experience. We have decades of experience helping individual and institutional administrators, executors, and trustees fulfill all their duties efficiently and cost-effectively. Although just a summary, below are many of the things we can help you with, and we’re always happy to answer your questions.

GAURDIANSHIP

When your loved one is incapable of handling their affairs, whether financial or their own care, it may be time to consider a judicial conservatorship of the person (personal health and welfare of the conservative) or conservatorship of the estate (care of the conservatee’s finances), especially where your loved one may be the subject of financial or elder abuse. Often family members believe that a power of attorney or healthcare power may be sufficient, but often they are wrong. Sadly, even more often the person who holds those powers is the one abusing the loved one. Whether you need help analyzing whether a conservatorship is warranted, or need help defending against a frivolous conservatorship action, we can help.

FINANCIAL ELDER ABUSE

Financial elder abuse is one of the fastest growing areas of law, affecting one of the most vulnerable sectors of our society. California’s elder abuse statutes provide extra protections to those 65 years of age and older who were victimized by the fraud or theft of another, most often a “loved one” who takes advantage of mom, dad, aunt, uncle, grandma or grandpa’s incapacity. We have successfully prosecuted and defended hundreds of financial elder abuse cases. 

CLIENT TESTIMONIALS

“RMO lawyers represented me in a civil suit involving corporate fraud, profiteering, etc. This was a complex case involving many moving parts, while going up against one of the largest law firms in LA. They settled the case. During the term of the litigation, they treated my case as though they were the plaintiff. They work with utmost diligence, competence and care. Sean and Matt knew my case better than I did, They used great strategy and their knowledge of the law was a huge advantage to us. This case represented my life’s work, savings and wealth, going up against a monster. I am glad I trusted them with it.”

Farzin M.

“Talking with Mr. Rahn was truly uplifting! He had all of the qualities I was looking for in an attorney. I was truly surprised of how good of a listener he was. I was expecting him to just run through my issues, dish some false hope, and be done with our consultation, but that was not the case at all. We talked well beyond my allotted consultation time and I was offered valuable advice and even a remedy to my situation where lawyers before him were unable to do. I can’t say enough about this wonderful man and what he has done for my family. We can now breathe comfortably. Thank you Mr. Rahn.”

Myrick G.

“For a person who did not know where to start in seeking guidance for my family’s estate and legacy, Patricia who was the intake specialist and Scott Rahn were an amazing introduction to this world! Their friendliness, willingness and prompt responses / follow-ups were appreciated and timely. True professionals! I have them on my important people list to share with my friends and family who may need their services. FIVE STAR Service!”

Tiffany G.

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