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Rohan Kelley practices at The Kelley Law Firm, PL in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where he practiced with his late father from 1965 until 1977 and now practices with his son. He specializes in estate and trust planning, administration, taxation and litigation. He is a prolific author, speaker, CLE instructor, and expert witness, and has been an adjunct professor of law at Nova University Law School, a guest lecturer at St. Thomas Law School and at the University of Miami Law School's LL.M. program. He has also been a lecturer for the Florida Conference of Circuit Judges, the Florida Bankers Association, the Trust Division of the Alabama Bankers' Association, and many local bar organziations, and is the author of the lecture material presented annually to newly appointed probate judges.
Mr. Kelley has served as Chairman of the Probate Rules Committee, Chairman of the Florida Bar Certification Committee in Estate Planning and Probate, Chairman of the Probate Law Committee of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of the Florida Bar, and Chairman of the Section. He was elected a Fellow of the American College of Trusts and Estate Counsel and has also been awarded the Award for Excellence in Continuing Legal Education by the Association of Continuing Legal Education Administrators, the Robert C. Scott Award by the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of The Florida Bar, and the Florida Bar President's Award of Merit.
A.B., Duke University
LL.B., The University of Florida
Tae Kelley Bronner is the sole shareholder of the Tae Kelley Bronner, PL law firm located in north Tampa, Florida. She limits her practice to wills, trusts and estate planning and administration, guardianships, and litigation involving wills trusts, estates and guardianships. She has served as Chairperson of the Probate Law and Procedure Committee of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of The Florida Bar and has been recognized by the President of the Bar for her efforts in encouraging and promoting minority participation in probate and estate practice. She is a frequent author and co-author of books and articles on estate and probate law, and is a frequent legal education lecturer.
B.A., The University of Florida
J.D., Stetson College of Law, with honors