ORLANDO, FLORIDA – Heidi W. Isenhart, a partner with the law firm of ShuffieldLowman, was recently selected as a 2014 Florida Super Lawyer, which represents this award for the fourth consecutive year.
Super Lawyers, owned by Thomson Reuters, recognizes attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their legal practice. The selection process is multi-phased and rigorous. Peer nominations and evaluations are combined with third-party research and validation of the attorney’s professional accomplishments.
Isenhart practices in elder law, Medicaid planning, guardianship, probate and trust administration, probate and guardianship litigation, estate planning and special-needs trusts. Her past honors include recognition as a Five Star Wealth Manager by Orlando Home & Leisure Magazine, voted as Florida Legal Elite by Florida Trend Magazine for eight (8) consecutive years; and, Best of the Bar by Orlando Business Journal. She has also been recognized for her outstanding level of pro bono work by the Florida Supreme Court, The Florida Bar’s Young Lawyers Division and the Florida Pro Bono Coordinators Association. Isenhart is a graduate of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign with a B.S. and Regent University School of Law, Virginia Beach, Virginia with her J.D.
Shuffield, Lowman & Wilson, P.A.’s four downtown offices are located in Orlando, Tavares, DeLand and Daytona Beach. The firm is a 30 attorney, full service, business law firm, practicing in the areas of corporate law, estate planning, real estate and litigation. Specific areas include, tax law, securities, mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property, patent licensing, trademarks and copyrights; estate planning and probate, planning for families with closely held businesses, guardianship and elder law, tax controversy – Federal and State; non-profit organization law; banking and finance, land use and government law; commercial and civil litigation, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, trust, probate and guardianship litigation; labor and employment, and environmental law.