Michael Minot is a native of Brevard County. Born in Melbourne and raised in central Brevard, Michael has deep roots in the community cultivated through years of professional and civic involvement. After graduating from Rockledge High School, Michael earned a business degree while attending the University of South Florida on an athletic scholarship. He then moved to Tallahassee to attend the Florida State University School of Law.
Today, more than 30 years later, Michael’s practice provides clients with a strong depth of experience that centers on superior client service. Michael’s first priority is protecting your future. Every probate and inheritance dispute matter is approached recognizing the importance of your financial well-being and your peace of mind.
Clients can rely on his skilled litigation experience in complex inheritance matters to achieve the best outcome for your case. Michael is well-known for his leadership, professionalism, and strong client advocacy. He is a skilled litigator and a problem solver, known for his unsurpassed focus and attention to detail. Whether through litigation and creative case strategy or finding innovative solutions outside of the courtroom, Michael will always strive to protect your future.
EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATIONS
Florida State University School of Law, May 1985, J.D.
Articles and Notes Editor for the FSU Environmental Law Review
University of South Florida May 1982, B.A. in Business Administration
Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Court Mediator
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WHY CHOOSE MINOT LAW
As a skilled lawyer, Mike Minot represents clients in matters involving Probate Administration, Inheritance Disputes, and Estate Planning. Whether you need help with a Probate Administration, are involved in a dispute concerning an estate or trust, or you want to create an estate plan, Mike will work to make the process as easy as possible. Mike is committed to helping clients feel at peace during difficult circumstances. You will recognize his devotion and ability from your first meeting.