Skilled in the issues that affect the elderly and their families, GrayRobinson’s elder law attorneys, Natalie Wilson and Athena Warlen are experienced in helping manage those critical questions that arise as we age. Whether navigating sudden crisis or planning for the future, our elder law attorneys help bring clients the assurance of decades of experience.
Legal challenges can be daunting at any stage of life. Natalie and Athena focus specifically on those most often dealt with by Florida’s older demographic:
- Medicaid and long term care planning;
- Planning for the disabled and those with special needs;
- Probate and trusts;
- Estate planning; and
- Fiduciary litigation.
Elder Law Attorney, Natalie Wilson
Natalie focuses her practice in the areas of estate planning, probate and trust administration, and elder law. She has the unique ability to convert complex asset protection strategies into workable solutions for her clients. Natalie assists clients in accomplishing their specific goals by developing plans that are unique to them.
Natalie has devoted her career to counseling her elderly clients and their families through the legal issues that accompany aging. This combines many areas of law such as Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, and Veterans Benefits. She believes her clients should be respected and protected. She fights against elder abuse, neglect and exploitation. She holds nursing homes and assisted living facilities accountable when violating residents’ rights. Natalie is committed to helping her clients maintain their highest quality of life, dignity and autonomy for as long as possible.
Elder Law Attorney, Athena Warlen
Athena focuses her practice on elder law, estate planning, and probate and trust administration. Her experience includes property law and estate matters and she has successfully closed multiple multimillion dollar commercial deals. Prior to joining GrayRobinson, Athena was an attorney at a local Lakeland law firm where she facilitated title closings, counseled clients in the purchase and sale of real estate, and prepared and filed motions relating to property issues, including quiet title actions and petitions for partition.