What makes us different?
Our first priority is to learn about you, your family and your goals. We consider our clients as part of the team. We collaborate with you every step of the way to achieve your goals. At Hollander Law, you will feel confident knowing that you have experienced, knowledgeable and compassionate representation in the fields of estate planning, family law, probate and criminal defense.
Originally from New Jersey, Michael Hollander has resided in Florida since 1997, where he graduated from the University of Central Florida and Barry University School of Law.
Mr. Hollander has represented numerous clients in Marion, Lake, and Sumter counties over the past 10 years. He has a deep knowledge of many fields of law which gives him a unique perspective on how to help clients achieve the best possible results. He believes that everyone deserves competent representation and thus has done extensive pro bono work in the areas of Criminal Law, Family Law and Estate Planning.
Mr. Hollander enjoys sports and spending time with his two children, William and Max. He currently volunteers at the Free D.O.M. clinic which is a non-profit organization providing free legal advice to the citizens of Central Florida. You can listen to Mr. Hollander speak on subjects such as Estate Planning, Probate and Elder Law at numerous seminars around the Central Florida area.
estate planning, probate, family law, criminal defense
Carol Sundquist is a probate paralegal for Hollander Law and has over 35 years experience working as an estate planning/probate paralegal.
She grew up in South Florida and as a child pursued her initial goal of being a professional dancer. She danced with the Miami Ballet Company for five years while in school and upon graduation she performed on the "Jackie Gleason Show" as a June Taylor Dancer. All the while, she was taking college classes and obtained her AA from Miami-Dade Junior College and then went on to obtain her Paralegal Certification from FIU. She has experience handling estate planning and probate cases in many counties in the state of Florida.