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Areas of Practice

  • Probate
  • Trusts Administration
  • Wills
  • Estate Planning
  • Guardianship
  • Special Needs Planning
  • Probate Litigation
  • Pet Planning
  • Singles Planning
  • End-of-life Planning
  • Planning after death of spouse
  • Same Sex Estate Planning
  • Married and unmarried partners estate planning
  • Advance Directives
  • Durable Power of Attorney


Bar and Court Admission

  • Florida


  • Juris Doctorate, Cumberland School of Law
  • Bachelor of Business Administration, Business School Marketing & Management, Stetson University

Professional Associations

  • Orange County Bar Association
  • FL Bar Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section FL Bar Elder Law Section
  • Maitland Area Chamber of Commerce


Attorney Zobel is a highly experienced probate and estate planning lawyer who has dedicated over 35 years to serving the Central Florida community. With deep roots in the area, she attended Winter Park High School and Stetson University, where she earned a B.A. in Business Administration before pursuing her legal education at Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama. Initially focused on litigation, she handled both criminal and civil jury trials. However, her passion for the well-being of seniors grew during her volunteer work at a local nursing home, leading her to shift her practice towards elder law. Her extensive background in litigation, probate, guardianship, and estate planning equips her with the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to handle complex elder law litigation, trust litigation, and guardianship litigation matters with exceptional competence. Her current practice encompasses probate, guardianships, estate planning, trust administration, as well as assisting families with special needs and seniors facing end-of-life concerns.

As an active member of the legal community, Hallie is associated with various professional organizations, including the Florida Bar Elder Law Section, the Orange County Bar Association (OCBA), the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the National Association of Divorce Professionals, and the Maitland Area Chamber of Commerce. She actively contributes to legal seminars, such as the Low Down on Law Seminars sponsored by the Down Syndrome Association of Central Florida, where she provides assistance to families dealing with various types of guardianships. Furthermore, Hallie regularly volunteers for pro bono cases through the OCBA and has previously held positions such as Ask-A-Lawyer Co-Chair. In the past, she has also served on the Advisory Committee of the Winter Park Vo-Tech School and the board of Lighthouse Central Florida. Her active involvement extends to her church community as well.

Hallie’s interest in working with seniors began during her high school years when she volunteered at a local nursing home. Today, as part of her practice at The Private Corporate Counsel, she focuses on estate planning, probate, guardianship, and trust administration. Her clientele includes families with special needs, singles, young families with small children, same-sex couples and families, as well as seniors addressing end-of-life matters.

As a member of the Florida Bar for over 35 years, Hallie brings extensive legal experience to her clients. Her previous work as a litigator involved handling criminal and civil jury trials. She has maintained long-standing membership with the OCBA and actively undertakes pro bono cases through the Special Wills Project with the Orange County Legal Aid Society, assisting individuals diagnosed with HIV in their estate planning. In recognition of her pro bono efforts, she received an award from the Florida Supreme Court in 2009 and has been acknowledged by the OCBA for her Guardian Ad Litem work. Additionally, Hallie received the Five Star Professional’s Wealth Management and Estate Planner awards in 2013 and 2014.

From 2014 to 2015, Hallie served as the President of the Executive Association of Greater Orlando (EAGO) and remains an active member of the organization. She also completed the Leadership Maitland program in 2014. Occasionally, Hallie shares her expertise by teaching through the Rollins Center for Lifelong Learning, providing local seniors with valuable knowledge on estate planning and probate fundamentals. Hallie and her family reside in Maitland, FL.

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