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Tracy Glover, Esquire
Tracy A. Glover, Esq.

Tracy A. Glover is a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel with twenty-one years of active-duty service, first serving in the Military Police and then in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps.  Her extensive military experience allowed her to work with people from diverse backgrounds, in unique circumstances.  Her experiences have fostered a commitment to providing personal and responsive services to both clients and their families.

Ms. Glover welcomes the opportunity to discuss your estate planning, health care, and elder law concerns in order to develop a comprehensive plan that maximizes resources and vies effect to all of your long-term goals. Her personal approach to each situation allows her to be able to customize each plan to meet the individual’s needs in her priority. By planning for the future while you are healthy and able, you give yourself and your loved one’s security when illness or tragedy does strike. Advanced preparation of estate, health care, and elder law documents is an invaluable investment in your quality of life and peace of mind.

Her memberships and professional associations include:


  • Brevard County Bar Association
  • Florida Bar Association
  • Ohio Bar Association
  • The American Bar Association
  • Military Officer Association of America (MOAA)

Ms. Glover earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, graduating Magna Cum Laude, from the State University of New York College at Oswego in 1990.  She received a commission as a Lieutenant in the Military Police Corps from the Reserve Officer Training Program (ROTC) and embarked upon her active duty service career.  After serving successfully as a platoon leader and company commander, Ms. Glover was selected for the Army’s prestigious Funded Legal Education Program (FLEP).  She earned her Juris Doctorate, With Honors, from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law in 1999, where she served as an intern for Ohio Supreme Court Justice Paul E. Pfeifer in Columbus, Ohio.  She went on to obtain her LL.M (Masters in Law) in Military Law from the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School in 2003.  Following 13 years of service in the Judge Advocate General’s Corp, Ms. Glover retired from the Army and moved to Florida.

When not practicing law, Ms. Glover spends time enjoying the outdoors with her fiancée and three sons, two of whom are on active duty in the U.S. Army.  She is also a certified personal trainer and enjoys working out daily.


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