Mitchell I. Kitroser
Mitchell I. Kitroser, is a 1982 graduate of St. John's University School of Law. Mr. Kitroser worked as an associate in a real estate practice and in civil litigation before taking a position as confidential law clerk for New York State Supreme Court Justice Richard A. Goldberg. He relocated to Palm Beach County in 1995, accepting a position as Assistant State Attorney with the Palm Beach County State Attorney's office, serving the County as a criminal trial prosecutor. After leaving the State Attorney’s Office, Mitchell Kitroser chose to focus his law practice on providing legal services geared to the specialized needs of today’s family. Areas of law that the firm concentrates on include Guardianship, Elder Law, Special Needs Planning, including formation of Special Needs Trusts, Medicaid Planning, Wills, Trusts, Probate, Trust Administration, Real Estate Matters, Small Business Formation and Advocacy, Emergency Planning, End of Life Planning, Wrongful Death Litigation and Catastrophic Injury Litigation. He is a member of the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), the Association of Florida Elder Law Attorneys, the Real Property and Trusts sections of the Florida Bar, and the Florida State Guardianship Association. In addition to being licensed in Florida, he is also admitted to practice law in New York and Colorado. Mr. Kitroser is married with two children and is a resident of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.