Attorney Richard Ehrlich

Richard E. Ehrlich

Richard Ehrlich

Mr. Richard Ehrlich is a specialist in Corporate, Estate, and Personal Financial Planning. In the course of his career, he has prepared hundreds of estate plans and helped hundreds of small businesses navigate the various issues involving insurance, retirement, and employee retention. He has helped numerous families deal with the difficulties of taking care of elderly relatives and assisted with all of their long-term planning and long-term care needs. Finally, he has helped investors with their losses in unsuitable investments.


Richard Ehrlich, Attorney at Law

Ehrlich Law Center
9900 W. Sample Rd. Ste. 317
Coral Springs, FL 33065
Phone: (954) 510-1800
Fax: (954) 755-6614

Practice Areas

Mr. Ehrlich’s practice areas include Wills, Trusts and Probate, and Securities Arbitration. In particular:

Probate: 35%

He has handled hundreds of probate matters including litigation in Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties (approximately 135 cases in 32 years).

Wills and Living wills: 20%

He has prepared both simple and complex wills for young couples just starting families to the elderly setting up estates for multiple generations (approximately 1,500 cases in 32 years).

Contracts and Agreements: 20%

I advise many small corporations from inception through the handling of all agreements and negotiations with other businesses (approximately 550 cases in 32 years).

Estate Planning: 15% (approximately 1,200 cases in 32 years).

Trusts: 10% (approximately 350 cases in 32 years).


Richard Ehrlich received his Juris Doctor from the Washington University in St. Louis School of Law (1983-1986).

In 1991, he completed the training as Certified Financial Planner at New York University.

Before law school, he attended the University of Chicago and received his B.A. in Political Science (1979-1983).

Mr. Ehrlich was admitted to the New Jersey Bar and New York Bar in 1986, and the Florida Bar in 1991.

Professional Experience

Mr. Ehrlich has 32 years of professional work experience, including:

Principal Attorney at Ehrlich Law Center, Coral Springs, Florida

September 2006 – Present

Legal practice in the areas of estate planning, estate administration, probate, and small business planning.

Partner at Law Firm of Ehrlich & Franz (initially Ehrlich, Franz & Harris, P.A.), Sunrise, Florida

July 2011 – January 2014

Legal practice in the areas of estate planning, estate administration, probate, and small business planning.

CEO at mortgage lender Nations Mortgage & Investments, Florida

March 2001 – January 2006

Partner at Law Firm of Ehrlich & Freedman, Florida

September 1991 – September 2003

Partner at the Law Firm of Kessler & Ehrlich


Assistant District Attorney (Prosecutor), Bronx, New York, County District Attorney Office

1986 – 1989

Court Admissions and Professional Memberships

New York Bar (since 1986)

New Jersey Bar (since 1986)

Florida Bar (since 1991)

United States Tax Court (since 2009)

FINRA Arbitrator (since 2007)

United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida (since 1992)

United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York (since 1988)

United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (since 1988)

Certified Financial Planner (1991)


Our Town News, “Trusts: Revocable or Irrevocable, What’s the difference” (2002).

Our Town News, “Why you need a Will” (2000).

Charitable and Volunteer Activities

Halcyon Charities (, Board Member (since 2012) (focusing on children’s program).

Civic Virtue Center, Board Member since 2012 (encouraging children to learn more about civic responsibilities and privileges).

Grandmaster, Grand Orient of the United States of America (GOUSA).

Past Master (1997), Coral Springs Masonic Lodge. 1999 Hiram Award Recipient, Coral Springs Masonic Lodge (The Hiram Award is an award presented to a Master Mason who has served the Lodge and the Masonic Fraternity with devotion over and above the ordinary. It is the highest honor (other than being Master of the Lodge) that can be bestowed on a member of a Masonic Lodge). See

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