Ellen Clark Ratliff

Probate paralegal

Ellen Clark Ratliff has been an esteemed team member at the Law Office of Gary M. Landau for more than 25 years. Regular clients know how fast and efficient Ellen is in handling the reams of paperwork required to process their estate.

Ellen is one of the top probate paralegals in the state, someone even attorneys turn to when they have questions. She has helped to probate thousands of estates on behalf of heirs in every county in Florida. Ellen has intimate knowledge of how to get results in each jurisdiction, with its differing rules and personnel.

Ellen loves traveling around the country, and is fortunate to have a husband who works in the airline industry to facilitate this love. She also enjoys boating on the beautiful waters around Florida.

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