The attorneys at Meyer Law Firm are dedicated and passionate about assisting you.

Meyer Law Firm has a highly credentialed team, formerly associated with large law firms, who choose to practice in a smaller, specialized firm. In this focused environment, each member of the firm’s team is dedicated to serving as an important legal resource throughout your life and providing you with personalized assistance.

Colette Meyer

Colette K. Meyer, Esq.

Colette founded Meyer Law Firm in 1998 with a dedication to providing life-long legal representation complemented by personal attention. She developed her firm on the principal of seeing beyond a set of legal documents into the real needs of a person or family trying to plan for the future.

Paralegals and Client Support

The paralegal team at Meyer Law Firm is available to answer many of your questions. This experienced team holds degrees in legal and paralegal studies and has over fifteen years of combined experience in estate planning, real estate and litigation.

Carrie Rudd

Carrie, a Florida Registered Paralegal, joined the firm in 2008 and is an alumnus from South University, graduating in 2001 with her Associate of Science degree in Paralegal Studies. Applying over ten years experience, Carrie’s duties with our firm include probate and trust administration, estate planning, and real estate matters.

Michelle Meyer

Michelle joined our team in March 2012. Michelle has an M.B.A. in Marketing from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a B.S. Degree in Biochemistry from Beloit College in Wisconsin. Michelle has managed the marketing for varied products and services including consumer packaged goods, electronics, décor, food, alternative energy, and engineering consulting services. Prior to owning a marketing consulting firm, Michelle held the positions of Corporate Strategic Marketing Manager at RMT, Vice President of Marketing for Uniek Inc., Director of Marketing at Winona Foods, and Brand Manager at Rayovac Corporation.

What is a Florida Registered Paralegal?

The Florida Bar developed a designation for paralegals to better serve the public by establishing high professional standards and giving the public additional assurance about the quality of legal services they receive. To receive the Florida Registered Paralegal status paralegals must meet minimum educational, certification or work experience. These paralegals must also abide by the Code of Ethics and Responsibility set forth by the Florida Bar as well as complete 30 hours of Continuing Education Credits every 3 years, the same requirements Florida Bar attorneys must meet.

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