Amanda M. Dorio focuses her practice in the areas of wills, trusts, estates, probate, and trust administration. She has the unique ability of empathizing with her clients and understands that every family’s dynamics differ. Amanda is vigilant in ensuring that the appropriate and necessary resources are available to protect her clients’ assets and legacy. She spends the time necessary to develop estate plans that are current and appropriate for each client’s individual situation because estate plans are not one-size-fits-all.
Amanda also has experience in the administration of many probate scenarios – from a simple summary administration to ancillary administrations and complex formal administrations. In addition, Amanda works closely with her clients to ease the pain of their loss, compounded by a probate matter.
Amanda graduated cum laude from Cleveland State University. She then went on to graduate from Marquette University Law School, where she was an editor of the law journal, Elder’s Advisor. Amanda also practiced as an advocate with the Legal Aid Bureau of Maryland and clerked for a Judge in the Wisconsin Court of Appeals. Prior to joining Henderson Franklin, Amanda was the managing partner of a Naples, Florida, law firm. Amanda is licensed to practice law in Florida and Wisconsin.
Professional and Civic Affiliations
Amanda is a member of Collier Lawyers Care, providing pro bono services through Collier County Legal Aid Society, and she was a member of their strategic advisory board. Amanda also sits on the board of directors for the Jewish Federation of Greater Naples and contributes her time to the YMCA of Collier County.