Our Practice

Practice Areas

  • Probate
  • Wills & Trusts
  • Estate Planning
  • Probate Alternatives
  • Guardian Advocacy

Our Approach

At The Cobb Law Firm, we know that every client situation is unique, so we take the time to listen to each client's questions and concerns to determine a cost-effective and efficient solution to meet the client's needs and wants.  

Legacy of Success

The Cobb Law Firm, PA is the successor firm to Cobb & Cobb, PA, (comprising attorneys Richard W. Cobb and Mary C. Cobb) and to the solo practice of Richard W. Cobb, Esq., who opened the practice in 1984.

Attorney Profile

Mary C. Cobb, Esq.

 

Mary C. Cobb received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Florida in 1996 and her Juris Doctor from the University of Florida Levin College of Law in 2005. In 2007, Mary received an LL.M. in Taxation from the University of Florida Levin College of Law, which is one of the highest rated tax programs in the country.  She has been a member of the Florida Bar since 2006 and a member, now inactive, of the Georgia Bar since 2011.
 

While in law school, Mary completed an externship with the Alachua County Probate Court and worked part-time assisting a Probate attorney.  Following her graduation from her Master’s program, Mary worked in Atlanta, Ga. for an international accounting firm on areas of federal tax law and then for an international law firm, where she primarily focused on mass tort litigation.
 

Since she returned to her native Orange Park, Florida in 2014 to practice law with her late father, Mary focuses her practice on basic estate planning including wills and trusts, probate and guardian advocacy.  She is a member of the Clay County Bar Association and of the Real Property Probate and Trusts Law section of the Florida Bar. 

 

Mary believes involvement in her local community is important. Mary actively volunteers with Waste Not Want Not, a local non-profit organization, and serves on the Planning and Zoning Board for the Town of Orange Park. In the past she volunteered her time as an executive board member of a quasi-governmental association in Atlanta and volunteered with several non-profit organizations that provided services to lower-income individuals.