Brian W. Hurd graduated from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor’s Degree in legal studies and criminal justice. After serving as a paralegal at a law firm for several years, he attended the Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law, where he earned a Juris Doctorate of Law. He was admitted to the Florida Bar and the Brevard County Bar in 2004 and opened The Law Office of Brian W. Hurd in 2009. His practice areas are:
- Estate Planning
Born and raised in Titusville, Florida, Brian Hurd has strong ties with Brevard County and the Central Florida community. He resides in Merritt Island with his wife and three children. He opened his practice to offer a wide range of services to meet the everyday legal needs that most people will encounter during their lifetime. Whether it is Medicaid planning for an elderly client, representing children in trust litigation, or acting as a court-appointed personal representative for an estate, Mr. Hurd works diligently and compassionately with his clients to get the job done. He believes in a close working partnership with his clients and being honest and straightforward about their issues. His law office schedules follow-up appointments to keep clients informed and expedites court proceedings to resolve challenges promptly. Mr. Hurd is a powerful advocate for his clients. He has a strong presence in the courtroom and is well respected by judges and the legal community.
Clients that are Out of State or Out of the Country, including Deployed Military Personnel, are Welcome at The Law Office of Brian W. Hurd
Many probate issues involve heirs living out of state or out of the country, as well as deployed military persons. There are also legal challenges that arise because of guardianship issues for long-distance family members. When clients are unable to be present, our office can attend hearings on their behalf. We can simplify the paperwork and communicate via e-mail or phone to settle an estate or a guardianship issue in the most timely and cost-effective manner.
At The Law Office of Brian W. Hurd, our trusted administrative and paralegal staff is experienced, knowledgeable, and accommodating to our clients’ needs. We are privileged to have Mary Tibbetts as our paralegal. With more than 25 years of experience, she is adept at conducting research, drafting court documents, and communicating with clients. Our Administrative Secretary, Anne Moran, has been with The Law Office of Brian W. Hurd since its inception in 2009. She performs a range of duties, effectively and efficiently to assist with our day-to-day operations.
The Law Office of Brian W. Hurd supports community projects and causes. As active community members, we enjoy sponsoring various private sports organizations, such as travel baseball teams. Mr. Hurd is the past President of the Merritt Island Little League. He is actively involved in local school activities for Edgewood Jr./Sr. High School and Jefferson Middle School. Our law office supports and participates in local Golf Tournaments, including for Avery’s Light (AverysLight.com), a charitable organization for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Florida Bar, member since 2004
- Brevard County Bar, member since 2004
- Member of Elder Law Section of Florida Bar
- Member of Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of Florida Bar
- Former Member of the Florida Adoption Council
The Law Office of Brian W. Hurd helps clients work through the maze of probate, guardianship, and estate planning. We offer a flexible fee schedule, including a discounted $100.00 initial consultation. For select legal services, there is no upfront payment required. To make an appointment with an attorney that will assist with navigating complex legal issues, call 321-453-5007.
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