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Legal Elite Profile: Ian L. Gilden

| 6/24/2013

Practice Areas:

  • Wills, Trusts and Estates
  • Guardianship and Incapacity

Ian L. Gilden, a sole practitioner, focuses exclusively on probate, estate, guardianship and trust matters. The firm represents professional and family guardians, personal representatives and trustees. Mr. Gilden served as chairperson of the Orange County Bar Association, Estate, Guardianship and Trust Law Committee and as chairperson of the Seminole County Bar Association, Probate and Guardianship Committee. He is an author of the Seminole County court approved Education, Instruction and Training Manual for court-appointed non-professional guardians. Mr. Gilden has lectured at Florida Bar Guardianship and Probate, Continuing Legal Education Seminars, at Guardianship Training Seminars, and at Florida Registered Paralegal Education Seminars. He is AV® rated Preeminent™ by Martindale-Hubbell, and a seven-time 2007-2013 Florida Legal Elite honoree. He is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and Florida Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.

Ian L. Gilden, P.A.
151 Lookout Place
Suite 110
Maitland, FL 32751
(407) 645-4446
ILGilden@IanLGildenLaw.com
www.IanLGildenLaw.com

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