Founded in 1971, Clark Skatoff PA is an AV-rated boutique law firm practicing primarily in the areas of Florida probate and trust litigation, probate administration, will contests, guardianships and estate planning.
For more than forty years, we have built our reputation on personal service, experience, professional ability and a genuine dedication to providing creative and innovative approaches to complex legal issues in the areas of probate and estate planning. We are professionals focused on you.
Recognized and Award-Winning Service
The Florida firm's managing attorney, Jeffrey H. Skatoff, is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell. He is a former United States Department of Justice trial attorney who litigated complex disputes on behalf of the Federal Government, and who was awarded the Outstanding Attorney Award during his tenure. Mr. Skatoff has been involved in some of the largest probate litigation disputes in Florida, and has handled complex international inheritance and estate disputes. Mr. Skatoff has been a regular commentator with local and national media outlets, such as CNN, the Wall Street Journal and Kiplinger's, on issues of estate planning, will contests, estate litigation, probate, and power of attorney abuse.
Jeffrey Skatoff is an experienced Florida probate attorney, who also practices in the areas of estate litigation and planning, trust litigation, guardianship litigation and administration, and probate administration.
Anya Van Veen is an experienced probate lawyer and trust attorney. She handles contested probate estates, trust disputes, and guardianship litigation. She also handles probate appeals, as well as appeals from trust, guardianship, inheritance and estate matters.
Brian Spiro is an experienced litigation attorney who handles contested probate estates, trust disputes and guardianship litigation.
Richard Clark, recently retired, spent almost 40 years as a Florida estate planning lawyer. Mr. Clark also handled probate matters, inheritance issues, and trust and estate cases. He is available to speak with his former estate planning clients as needed.