Patrick Jean-Gilles is a Florida-licensed Attorney and counselor at law. His general practice includes the preparation of wills and probate administration, civil, traffic among other areas.
He graduated from Florida International University College of Law in 2010. During law school, Patrick interned at Legal Services of Greater Miami. He worked under a grant providing assistance to low-income families within Miami. The internship provided him with the opportunity to reduce client’s tax liability and settle claims with the IRS. After graduating Law School in 2010 he worked part time at Tannebaum Weiss, LLP.
In 2012, Patrick started his own firm. He currently serves the community with preparation of wills, probate administration and other various legal needs.
Patrick is a member of the Florida Bar Association and the Real Property and Trust Law Section of the Federal Bar.
Patrick Jean-Gilles is of Haitian descent and is recently married. Prior, to law school, Patrick graduated from Miami Springs Senior High School and proceeded to begin his collegiate career at Florida International University, where he received a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. He remained at Florida International University to receive his Juris Doctor. As a lifelong resident of Miami, Patrick is very familiar with local customs and practices and shares a strong connection with his clients. He also gives back to the local community through the “Put Something Back” Program.
Patrick Jean-Gilles is dedicated to his clients and ensures that your case is handled with the best possible care and attention.
To schedule a consultation with Patrick, contact our Patrick Jean-Gilles, P.A. today.
Florida Bar Association
Real Property Probate and Trust Law Section
U.S. Federal Bar Association
Put Something Back Program
Attorney, April 2011-Present
Assist client with all aspects of probate administration.