Andrew R. Boyer, Esq.
“Elder Law Attorneys are problem solvers by nature and advocates by choice. We have a passion for helping families navigate through the most challenging times of their lives.”
Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney
- Complex Guardianship
- Estate Planning
- Public Benefits Planning
Licenses and Accreditations:
- Board Certified Elder Law Attorney
- Solicitor of England and Wales (non-practicing)
- University of South Florida, Tampa - B.A. Political Science
- Active in Kiwanis Collegiate Organization
- USF Chapter President
- Florida Division Lt. Governor
- Studied Art History and French through an exchange program with the American University of Paris
- Active in Kiwanis Collegiate Organization
- Stetson University College of Law - Juris Doctor
- Honor roll student four straight semesters
- Best Appellate Brief Award
- President of Stetson’s Elder Law Society
- Active in researching consumer fraud perpetrated against the elderly
- National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys Member
- Manatee County Bar Association Board Member
- Manatee County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division, Past President
- Sarasota County Bar Association Member
- Past Chair of SCBA Estate Planning Section
- Founding Chair of SCBA Elder Law Section
- Justice Teaching Project
- Volunteer Attorney through Legal Aide of Manasota
Awards and Acknowledgements:
- Andrew was born in Sarasota and raised in Bradenton. He has a unique appreciation for the challenges his clients face due to his own personal experiences. As a young man, Andrew's grandmother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease and came to live in the home for a number of years. Through that, and more recent experiences, Andrew learned first hand the immeasurable joys and the responsibilities that come with being a family caregiver. Andrew now enjoys spending time with his wife, son, daughters, and extended family, as well as traveling and enjoying the outdoors. Mr. Boyer is also a fan of America's favorite pastime (Baseball) and is a fan of the Tampa Bay Rays Baseball Team. Mr. Boyer is the son of Edwin M. Boyer, Esq.
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