Pamela Polani offers “concierge”
service and often travels to
clients’ homes and businesses in the South Florida area, providing assistance
with personal estate planning,
including wills, durable powers of attorney, trusts, and probate. Her law firm also provides representation in
foreclosure defense, and business formations or succession planning.
worked in Tel Aviv for several years with a well-known law practice, Mrs.
Polani is fluent in Hebrew, as well.
Pamela Polani is also
one of the leading attorneys in digital asset protection and her novel approach to estate planning was
discussed in a series of newspaper articles, published by the Sun Sentinel and Orlando Sentinel in Summer, 2013.
Pamela Polani's dedication and
involvement with many charitable
organizations truly distinguishes her in the South Florida Community.
In 2014 and 2015, the
Florida Bar Association and the Florida Association of Women’s Lawyers named
Attorney Polani, as one of their Outstanding Members,
for her volunteer work with high school seniors, educating them about
their legal rights as young adults,
as well as for Attorney Polani’s advocacy of those suffering with dementia and Alzheimer’s
Mrs. Polani is also the recipient
of the 2014 "Woman of Distinction" award by Soroptimist International.
other organizations, Attorney
Polani serves on the Professional Advisory Committee in Boca Raton for the National
Holocaust and Memorial
Museum, located in Washington
D.C., a lifelong member of Hadassah’s Professional Committee and is a business
partner for two local schools.
After several years of
participating and supporting the Alzheimer's Association in a professional capacity, Pamela Polani created
and continues to be chairperson of the Boca Walk to End Alzheimer’s, which
under her leadership, in 2 years since its creation in 2014, created a $1
Million Dollar chapter and announced as the #1 Walk in South Florida
As chairperson, Mrs. Polani
strives to educate those in the overall, professional and legal community, that although Alzheimer’s
remains one of the least understood and discussed
diseases, it is one of the leading causes of deaths in our country. While every
other major disease in our country
is on the decline, Alzheimer's is dramatically on the increase.
Mrs. Polani's motto to live life
the fullest, while helping others do the same, truly is reflected in her work with the Alzheimer's Association.
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