4440 PGA Boulevard, Suite 600
Palm Beach, Florida 33410
Firm: Jupiter Wills and Trusts, PLLC
Our firm concentrates in wills, trusts, advanced estate tax planning, and probate administration. Through a collaborative effort with our clients, our goal is to create documents that are customized to the client's needs and wishes. We focus on establishing a personal relationship with our clients and fully evaluate their financial situations as well as their family structure and relationships. We do not believe in a one-size-fits-all approach and strive to meet your needs, whether you have a modest estate or a taxable one, a traditional family or a blended one, or you are a single person or parent, or have a long-term partner. For a comprehensive and customized set of documents at a reasonable price, please contact us! We look forward to getting to know you.
Kelly L. Wright graduated from Vassar College in 1989 with a B.A. in Drama. She started her law career several years later as a certificated paralegal in Chicago. After drafting estate planning documents for a year, she moved to Florida to go to law school. Kelly received her law degree from University of Miami School of Law in 2000. She graduated magna cum laude in the top 20 of her class and became licensed to practice law in Florida. Kelly continued on for another year at University of Miami to receive her Master of Laws (LLM) in Estate Planning. Kelly then worked for a small boutique estate planning firm in Naples, Florida, before going to work with high net worth clients of Wachovia Wealth Management. She took a break to become a mother and then opened her own practice in Jupiter in 2007. Kelly is a member of the Florida Bar's Real Property, Probate and Trust Section and the Tax Law Section. She is also a member of the Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce, the Women's Network to Success organization in Palm Beach County, and is a karate instructor.
Kelly enjoys practicing in the estate planning area because she has the opportunity to help people solve some of the most difficult questions they may face - what will happen when I die, and what will happen to my family. Each family situation is like a puzzle, and Kelly enjoys putting the pieces together.
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