Ian L. Gilden
Guardianship; Incapacity Planning; Wills; Trusts and Estates; Probate; Living Wills; Durable Power of Attorney; Health Care Surrogate Designation; Elder Law; and Guardian Advocacy
Admitted: 1981, Florida and Maryland
Undergraduate School: University of Maryland, B.A.
Law School: University of Baltimore, J.D.
Member: Orange County Bar Association (Estate, Trust, and Guardianship, and Elder Law Sections; Former Chairperson, Estate, Trust, and Guardianship Committee); Seminole County Bar Association (Former Secretary and Former Board Member); Current member, and former Chair and Vice Chair of the Florida Bar Grievance Committee for Seminole County, Florida; Former Chairperson of the Seminole County Probate and Guardianship Committee; National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys; Florida Academy of Elder Law Attorneys; Central Florida Guardianship Association; Volie A. Williams Inns of Court (Former Secretary and Former Board Member). Former Member of the Florida Bar Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee for Seminole County, Florida.
Biography: Participates as a Volunteer Judge in the Teen Court Diversion Program for Seminole County, Florida. Assisted in the preparation of the Guardianship Training Manual for Seminole County, Florida. Phi Alpha Theta, National History Honor Society.
Lecturer: Orange County Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Program on Guardianships and Guardian Advocacy ,and Probate, Estate and Guardianship issues ; Florida State Guardianship Association on Guardianship and Court Procedure; Lake County Guardianship of Minors Education Training Program. Former Presenter through the State of Florida Attorney Generals Office at First Responder and Law Enforcement Program on Incapacity, Elder Law and Estate Planning Documents.
Born: Baltimore, Maryland