Providing Clients With Skilled Guidance and Personalized Representation.

Lynne W. Spraker, Esquire

It is critical to trust the people you work with when dealing with your estate and loved ones.Lynne W. Spraker has built her, more than 20 year, reputation on trust, personalized service and proven experience. She always puts her clients' goals first ensuring they understand the complexities of their legal situations.

Lynne has prepared a wide variety of simple and complex estate plans, countless administrations pertaining to the probate of estates, trusts and guardianship matters and frequently assists families and fiduciaries who live outside of Florida with ancillary probate administrations related to a deceased's property in Florida.

Lynne prides herself on keeping clients current on all changes in the law as well as pertinent issues that may affect their estate plans. If you are reading this website, you most likely have "digital assets," but have you addressed them in your estate plan? Powers of Attorney, Wills and Trusts should be updated to enable a trusted individual access to your social media, financial account passwords and usernames for your electronic devises. A printable worksheet Plan Today-Preserve Tomorrow is useful to document the recommended data for an individual to access secure documents in the event of an unexpected death, injury or illness.

Whether planning for your own estate or need an experienced advisor to guide you through a probate/trust administration or guardianship matter, Lynne W. Spraker welcomes the opportunity to put her experience to work for you.


reliance on the integrity, strength, ability, surety, etc. of a person

a fiduciary relationship in which one holds the title to property (the trust estate or trust property) for the benefit of another (the Beneficiary).