North Florida's Disability
& Elder Care Law Firm

Elder Law is one of the most complex areas of law and an area that has a far-reaching impact on both the older adult and his or her loved ones, especially for those acting as caregivers. At Robert M. Morgan & Associates, P.A., our goal is to help provide the guidance and action you need for peace of mind. We charge flat fees versus hourly rates that continually escalate. We take the time to listen. We genuinely care. If this is what you're looking for in a law firm, we're ready to help.

Robert M. Morgan, Esquire

Robert M. Morgan has recently received an AV Rating from Martindale Hubble in Legal Ability and Ethical Standards. This is the highest rating that can be achieved and was earned via ratings from his peers.

Our firm's founder and principal is Robert M. Morgan, Esquire. Born in Richmond, Virginia, Robert grew up working in the family business, a small, local furniture store where he learned the value of hard work, treating people with respect and charging a fair rate. After high school and eager to travel, Robert enrolled at Arizona State University where he received his undergraduate degree and realized his true passion was the law. He then attended Mississippi College School of Law where he graduated with distinction.

One of Robert's strengths is his real life understanding of what his clients are feeling and how to best quell their confusion.

Robert decided to devote himself to Elder Law after his own grandmother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. In trying to obtain the best care for her, he meticulously studied Medicaid and Medicare. Although, not an Elder Law attorney at the time, Robert researched all available information. He quickly learned that understanding each law and service program, along with its impact, was critical. As Robert began to master the nuances of Elder Law, he realized that there were countless families who were lost, scared and confused. It was then Robert made the decision to devote his life to helping others through the practice of Elder Law, Special Needs, Estate Planning and other related issues.

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