Adam Czaya is a partner at the Keith Taylor Law Group and is admitted to the bar in Florida and Maine. He focuses his practice on probate, trust administrations, trust and probate litigation, wills, trusts, and estate planning, and fiduciary litigation. He has represented clients in matters involving will and trust contests, inheritance disputes, breaches of fiduciary duty, duress and undue influence, incapacity, contested accountings, elective share proceedings, the removal of fiduciaries, and numerous other disputes involving trust and estate matters.
Adam attended the University of Florida, where he obtained a B.A. in History and in Russian. In 2005, he studied at the Russian State University for the Humanities in Moscow. After graduating from the University of Florida in 2007, he earned his J.D. from Stetson University College of Law in 2011. Adam was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2011 and the Maine Bar in 2019.
He is a member of the Florida Bar, the Maine Bar, the Citrus County Bar Association, the Marion County Bar Association, the Hernando County Bar Association, the Florida Bar Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Section (RPPTL), the American Bar Association (ABA) Real Property, Trust, and Estate Law Section, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), the Estate Planning Council of Marion County, Kiwanis Club of Inverness, and the American Bar Association (ABA) Young Lawyers Division.
Adam has also been named a Guardian of Justice numerous times for his pro bono work by Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida, served on the board of directors of Nature Coast Rotaract, and is a Past President of the Citrus County Bar Association. He currently volunteers as a mentor to other Florida attorneys through Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida’s Estate Planning and Probate Peer Academy.
In 2020, Adam was named Citrus County Pro Bono Attorney of the Year by Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida. From 2021-2023, Adam was named a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers Magazine, a publication that reviews attorneys and designates the top 2.5% of attorneys under the age of 40 as “Rising Stars.”