Jack Rosenkranz, Esq. established his elder care law firm in 1991. He recognized early the growing need for these services and the expanding choices under health care policy, regulations and laws. Estate planning, guardianship, and Elder Law are the focus of Mr. Rosenkranz’s practice.
He received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science in 1986 from the University of Memphis and his Law Degree from Mercer University in 1989. He devotes an extraordinary amount of time advancing his education through continuing education on behalf of his clients. He is a member of the Elder Law sections of numerous local and national bar associations, including the Florida Bar.
He is a past president of the Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys and an active member in one of the largest and most influential Elder Law organizations in the country, The National Academy of Elder Attorneys. Attorney Rosenkranz was recognized by his peers as The Outstanding Member of the Year for both the Florida Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and the Florida Bar, Elder Law Section. His peers have selected him as a Leading American Attorney in Elder Law, as well as giving him the AV rating, the highest possible, with Martindale-Hubbell. Attorney Rosenkranz has been an advocate for Elders at the local, state and national levels.
In 2005 he testified before the Schmieding Conference on Elder Homecare and was a contributor to the White House Conference on Aging. As a lecturer and presenter at numerous continuing education courses, he illustrates his knowledge and dedication to the area of Elder Law. As a result of his experience, he is sought after to educate lawyers, paralegals, certified public accountants, and insurance professionals, as well as seniors and their families, about the developments and growing importance of Elder Law. Attorney Rosenkranz continues to serve as a dedicated academic and professional practitioner in the field of Elder Care Law.
received her Gerontology degree from the University of South Florida, and Microbiology degree from the University of Florida. After receiving her degrees she worked for a unique intergenerational senior living community that consisted of independent living, assisted living and skilled nursing services. In this community she worked within the social services department of the skilled nursing facility and was promoted to the position of Assistant Executive Director of the same 244 bed JCAHO accredited skilled nursing facility. She remained in the community when she was advanced to the Administrator position of the 195 unit assisted living facility. She had the opportunity to be the primary care giver to her own grandmother, grandfather and father.