About Audra Simovitch
A fierce advocate for people in the legal system due to mental health, addiction or guardianship issues, in 2017, Audra Simovitch became a founding partner in Astor Simovitch Law. She brings extensive experience in guardianship, probate, Marchman and Baker Act cases.
Audra was educated at both Nova Southeastern Shepard Broad Law School for her Juris Doctorate and Boston University Law School for her master’s in law (LL.M.) degree in Taxation.
She began her legal career in Boston, Massachusetts with the firm of Rosencrantz and Daily, where her primary areas of practice were high net worth client Estate Planning and Probate. She later worked at a prestigious Real Estate Firm in Charlestown, Massachusetts, McCullough Steivater and Polvere.
She has been practicing in both Massachusetts and Florida for the past 30 years specializing in the areas of Estate Planning, Probate, Guardianship, and Real Estate Law.
- Audra was awarded her Juris Doctor from Nova Southeastern Shepard Broad Law School in 1992 and continued her studies to earn a master’s in law (LL.M.) degree in Taxation from Boston University Law School
- Audra’s legal career began in Boston, Massachusetts with the firm of Rosencrantz and Daily, where her primary areas of practice were Estate Planning and Probate. Many of her clients were high net worth individuals
- In 1997 she began work at a prestigious Real Estate Firm in Charlestown, Massachusetts, McCullough Steivater and Polvere
- In 2011 Audra earned a master’s in law in Banking and Finance from Boston University Law School, and subsequently moved with her two children back to Boca Raton, Florida
- After working at Labovick Law Group, she opened her own law firm in 2014, and in 2017 she joined our team
- Audra has been a partner since the beginning of 2021 and is the primary attorney on all Marchman Act and guardianship matters.
In her free time, Audra enjoys running (she ran track at the “U”), playing with her 3 dogs, Stella, Harley, and Bentley, and traveling.
Attorney Simovitch is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts & Florida, as well as the District Court of Massachusetts, US Tax court, and Southern District Court of Florida.
She has lectured on numerous occasions on issues regarding asset protection.