Coughlan’s Law - Kristine L. Tucker, ESQ.
Kristine L. Tucker, ESQ.
5104 North Orange Blossom Trail, Suite 224
United States 32810
With over 20 years of combined experience in the legal field, we have represented individuals from all walks of life in diverse legal matters. We represent each case individually and invest our very best minds for each client we take on. Your success is our number one priority.
In each area of service that we offer, we promise that you will receive the very best legal treatment in the industry. If the practice area you require isn’t covered below, let us know via the contact form below and we’ll do our best to refer you onwards.
Coughlan’s Law was founded on a core belief that people are the priority.
Here, we listen first and talk second, taking the time to understand your needs and explain every step we take on your behalf.
For exceptional legal assistance that is kind and compassionate, call Coughlan’s Law.
Sound legal advice is based on passion, years of training, hard work, and constant attention to ever changing legislation and precedent. You will find all that and more at Coughlan’s Law.
Kristine Tucker, Esq. practices in Estate Planning, Probate, and Trust Administration. Kristine pairs legal prowess with compassion for clients seeking guidance during the most difficult times of their lives.
Kristine received a Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies from the University of Central Florida in 2011 and graduated from Florida A & M University (FAMU) College of Law in 2014. She gained valuable experience working as a probate and estates paralegal for almost a decade before becoming an attorney.
Kristine was an active member of her class, assuming leadership roles in many student groups: the Student Bar Association, Student ACLU Chapter (Founding President), Stonewall Chapter (Vice President), and Law Students for Reproductive Justice (Vice President). Kristine was awarded the Black Law Students Association Spirit of Service Award in 2015 and was nominated for the FAMU College of Law Alumni Rising Star Award in 2016.
She remains active in the legal community with a demonstrated commitment to fundamental human rights. Kristine has served in leadership roles with the Central Florida Gay and Lesbian Legal Association (“CFGALLA”) and co-chaired the Orange County Bar Association Elder Law Committee (2017-2018). Her article “Preserving Social Security and Medicaid Benefits with an ABLE Account” was published in 2018. Kristine frequently presents continuing education seminars on estate and probate laws, ABLE accounts, and diversity.
Kristine is an active member of the Real Property, Probate & Trusts Law Section of the Florida Bar (“RPPTL”) and has held a position on the Executive Council as a Ninth Circuit At Large Member (“ALM”) since June of 2017. She was honored to be appointed Assistant Lead At Large Member in 2020.
In addition to equal rights and civil liberties, Kristine cares deeply about mentorship. She devotes countless hours to helping tomorrow’s lawyers at both FAMU and Barry Law School. She is Vice Chair of RPPTL’s Law School Mentoring Committee and serves on the Scholarship Committee for the Central Florida Real Estate Attorneys’ Council.