The firm of DGP LAW, owned by Attorney Deborah Glover-Pearcey, is continuing its missions of “helping families heal” by offering an innovative new way for clients to plan their estate. Understanding that many clients are unable to travel due to illness, disability, recent injury or limited mobility, DGP LAW provides mobile services to clients.
“The firm works closely with clients as it relates to their personal and business financial well-being, families affected by cancer and other serious illnesses and diseases and families during the loss of a loved one,” says Glover-Pearcey. “With the mobile services, this means that estate planning can literally take place at a client’s bedside.”
With the program, the firm travels to nursing homes, hospitals, senior communities, Assisted Living Facilities, rehabilitation centers and private residences to assist clients with wills, trust, powers of attorney, living wills, healthcare designations, and more.
About DGP Law
Attorney Deborah Glover-Pearcey has over 28 years of legal experience. She graduated from Florida A&M University with a degree in Criminal Justice, University of Virginia Law School Pre-Law Program and Florida State Law School. She became a certified mediator and arbitrator while in law school and went into private practice immediately after law school.
Throughout her career, she has handled various types of cases and represented individuals, corporations, government agencies, condo associations and homeowner’s associations. She is a former adjunct professor for Stetson Law School and former Attorney for the City of St. Petersburg, the City of Tampa and Kash n’ Karry Food Stores. She is a skilled litigator and trial attorney in State and Federal Courts.
She is a member of Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Sections of the Florida Bar; George Edgecomb Bar Association; Carrollwood Bar Assoc., Tampa Bay Bankruptcy Bar; Carrollwood Area Business Association. (C.A.B.A.); and Referral Institute Certified Networker.
DGP Law also offers services in Bankruptcy, Probate – Formal & Summary Administration, Petition to Open Safe Deposit Box, Disposition without administration; and Family Law – Divorce, Modifications, Parenting Plans, Visitation/Custody, Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements, Name Change
Contact DGP LAW
(813) 961-2802, firstname.lastname@example.org
Northdale Plaza, 3903 Northdale Blvd. Ste. 100E, Tampa, FL 33624
Mobile Services: * Visits to Nursing Homes, Hospitals, A.L.F.’s, Rehab Facilities & Senior Communities * Video & Phone Conferences Available
SOURCE: DGP Law
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