Central Florida General Practice Attorneys
Our partners both have approximately 40 years of legal experience serving Central Florida. We merged our practice in 1991 to form Baldwin & Morrison, P.A. to offer the public the benefit of our comprehensive, combined legal experience.
What does this mean for you?
Attorneys experienced in estate planning, including wills and trusts needs. And the best preparation for probate, or avoiding the necessity to probate an estate, that you are likely to find in our area.
In Florida, real estate is frequently the largest asset of many inheritances. Baldwin & Morrison is well-versed in all aspects of real estate appraisals, sales, and purchases.
The latest from Baldwin & Morrison
What Can Happen If You Do Not Have a Legal Will
In Florida, as with many states, if you do not have a valid legal will and estate plan when you pass away, your assets will be divided according to Florida state law which may not be what you would want. A valid Last Will and Testament "speaks from your grave." Read more
Estate Planning Is For Everyone
If you have not done so already, you should start thinking about estate planning now. Estate planning is defined as the preparation of a plan for the administration and disposition of your assets and property before and after death. Estate planning involves not only wills and trusts, but various other legal documents to develop a complete estate plan. Read more
You want someone who understands you and knows what it is like to live here. That is exactly what you find at Baldwin & Morrison. We both have lived and practiced here for many years and understand Florida's situations and laws. We know how to respond to them.
We are here for your needs. Our office hours are adjustable and compatible with your schedule.
We think you will be surprised—and pleased—to discover a local law firm with big city know-how.
Location and Accessibility
Our office is conveniently located in our own freestanding building on a major highway close to, but outside Orlando, and easily accessible from the interstate. There are no parking or traffic problems. You will not have the commuting hassles and parking expenses of going downtown, or the sometimes disagreeable attitudes of “big city” law firms.
Mr. Morrison is also located at the Volusia County office in DeLand.
Because of our central location, our practice primarily serves these Central Florida counties and cities: