ROHAN KELLEY is a shareholder in The Kelley Law Firm, Chartered, in Ft. Lauderdale. He is board certified in Estate Planning and Probate and was an original member and past chair of the Probate and Estate Planning Certification Committee of the Florida Bar, is a past co-chair of the Florida Bar Probate Rules Committee, and is an officer and member of the Executive Council of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Section of The Florida Bar. He is current chair of the Electronic Filing Committee, past chair of the Probate Law Committee, Homestead Law Committee and the Amicus Committee of the Section. He is a member of the American College of Trusts and Estates Counsel and serves as a member of the fiduciary litigation committee of that organization. His more recent publication credits include: The Florida Bar Probate System, 3d Edition (1996) published by The Florida Bar; Practice Under Florida Probate Code, third edition, published by The Florida Bar (2002) - Chapter 15 "Fees and Other Expenses of Administration" (co-author); Litigation Under Florida Probate Code, fourth edition (2001) published by The Florida Bar - Chapter 11 "Compensation Disputes"; "Protecting the Corporate Fiduciary's Tender Backside" February 1988 Trusts and Estates magazine; "Homestead Made Easy" Parts I and II March and April 1991 issues, Parts III and IIIA (co-author with his daughter, Tae Kelley Bronner, Esq.) June and July/August 1995 issues, of the Florida Bar Journal; "Trusts and Estates -1996 Survey of Florida Law" Nova Law Review Vol. 21:386, Fall 1996; and various articles on probate and trust related matters in ActionLine, the periodic publication of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of The Florida Bar. In 1991 the National Association of Continuing Legal Education Administrators awarded Mr. Kelley the Harrison Tweed award for excellence in continuing legal education. In 1993 he was awarded the Robert C. Scott Memorial Award by the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of The Florida Bar, that section's highest award for service. He has lectured at more than 50 major seminars for the Florida Bar and other professional sponsors during the past 25 years. He is listed in Best Lawyers in America in the area of Trust and Estates. Mr. Kelley's practice is limited to wills, trusts and estates and fiduciary litigation.