Charlotte Keeling

Charlotte Keeling, Attorney


University of Florida Levin College of Law (J.D. 2015)
Rollins College (B.A. 2011)

Bar Admissions


Bar Associations

Florida State Courts
U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida

My practice focuses on estate planning, such as the preparation of wills, trusts, powers of attorney, living wills, health care designations, and other documents that allow individuals and families to plan for their future. I truly enjoy seeing the peace of mind that planning provides and appreciate the trust our clients have in choosing us to help them plan. I also help guide clients though the complexities of trust and estate administration and represent clients in a range of probate estate, trust, and beneficiary litigation.

I began my career practicing law at a national firm in the areas of complex litigation, franchising, and dispute resolution. Practicing at a large, national firm provided me invaluable experience and a strong foundation in the law. I am pleased to be able to provide our clients “big firm” service but with the attention and approachability of a small firm.

My interest in this area of law began in law school at the University of Florida, where I received the highest grade in my class, or what lawyers call the “book award,” in Trusts and Estates. I am fortunate to have been able to join Robert Kline Law, where that interest has become my career.

Prior to law school, I attended and played soccer at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida. At the pinnacle of my soccer career, my senior year in college, I was named an “All-American,” an honor I will never forget. Although I am nowhere near the soccer player I once was, I still enjoy playing pick-up soccer and following the English Premier League.