Located in Sarasota, Florida, Teresa K. Bowman P.A. provides experienced, compassionate, yet unflinching guidance through the difficult (and sometimes painful) voyage of elder law and estate planning. It is our philosophy that it is never too early to start planning for the unexpected, and we offer unique insights and experience in the following disciplines:
Elder law, estate planning, and disability planning are legal concerns that truly touch the heart. These areas of law require a candid discussion of deeply personal concerns and come at a time of life where family members are most vulnerable. At my law practice, Teresa K. Bowman, P.A. in Sarasota, I provide a welcoming environment for relaxed discussion that builds trust and confidence. I have a simple mission: to help you and your family develop and implement a plan that meets your needs. I listen carefully and offer advice based on more than 10 years of experience. I don’t push one-size-fits-all solutions; I work with you as a creative problem-solver so the plan we craft fits your circumstances and addresses your concerns.
My law practice is small and focused on client service. When you visit, you’ll immediately get the sense that my two paralegals and I love what we do — helping people manage the unexpected and the inevitable. You’ll also find that I am:
Each time I work with a new client, I try to create a lasting relationship. No matter what elder law challenges you face, I am always just a call away.
"The National Elder Law Foundation (NELF) – the only organization approved by the American Bar Association to offer certification in the area of elder law, has announced that Teresa K. Bowman, Esq., of Sarasota has successfully completed its examination leading to such certification."
"I am pleased to announce that I have joined the firm of McLin Burnsed, based in Leesburg and in The Villages Community, as an attorney of counsel. McLin Burnsed has maintained a presence in the Leesburg and Villages area for over 45 years and are expanding their practice to include Elder Law."