"Tampa Probate Attorney with over 33 years of experience"

A Tampa native, Mr. Gruman graduated from the University of South Florida with a degree in business administration before attending Emory Law School in Atlanta, Georgia for one year. He transferred to the University of Florida College of Law in Gainesville, Florida, where he earned his J.D. with honors and graduated in the top 15 percent of his class.

Following law school, Mr. Gruman was an associate attorney for Chamblee and Mile, a prominent labor law firm in Tampa. During his tenure with the firm he represented plaintiffs in age and sex discrimination cases and other civil issues. This provided him with extensive federal civil trial experience.

He founded the Tampa Probate law firm of Perry G. Gruman, P.A. in 1986 and has represented clients in the matters listed below:


Real Estate



Debt Harassment

Other Areas

At the law firm of Perry G. Gruman, P.A. in Tampa, Florida, we represent clients in residential and commercial real estate matters. This includes:

The loss of a beloved family member can be difficult enough without the added strain of dealing with his or her estate — especially if it enters probate. Perhaps the estate involved a large number of assets or the decedent’s will is being contested. Or maybe you are being denied your rightful share in your loved one’s estate. Any of these scenarios can send the estate into probate and increase the stress on you and your family. At the Gruman Tampa Probate Law Firm we regularly handle a wide variety of probate cases, including:

Costly medical bills. A lost job. Unexpected expenses. A business deal gone awry. Any of these issues can leave you behind on your bills and feeling like there’s no way to break even. If you are considering bankruptcy as a solution, speaking with an experienced bankruptcy attorney can help you determine the right option. At the Tampa law office of Perry G. Gruman, P.A., we help clients file for Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. We can assist you in matters related to:

When you fall behind on your bills, it can seem as though there is a collection agency on the other end of the phone each time it rings. But how do you know when debt collection has become debt harassment? The Florida Consumer Collections Practices Act (FCCPA) and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) protect consumers from harassment by bill collectors. Common violations of the FCCPA and FDCPA include:

The law office of Perry G. Gruman, P.A. in Tampa can help. Attorney Gruman has handled family law and personal injury cases throughout his 27-year legal career. Although he no longer represents clients in these matters, his extensive experience in these practice areas and his familiarity with the Tampa legal community means that we can refer you to the right legal counsel for you.

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