Jennifer Rodriguez, a director with Tripp Scott, focuses her practice in the areas of estate planning, taxation, probate and trust administration, guardianships, real estate transactions and general corporate matters. 

With an extensive background in corporate law, tax law and real estate law, Ms. Rodriguez provides a “full service” experience to her estate planning clients and guides them throughout all walks of life.  She routinely advises wealthy families, entrepreneurs, small business owners and young professionals on wealth transfer planning, tax planning, asset protection planning and business succession planning.  In addition, Ms. Rodriguez counsels clients with respect to the day-to-day administration of trusts and estates, and assists corporate and individual fiduciaries as well as beneficiaries in litigated trust and probate matters.  Ms. Rodriguez also assists in the preparation of gift, estate and fiduciary tax returns and counsels individuals and institutions serving as fiduciaries of estates, trusts and guardianships in connection with administrative matters and disputes with the Internal Revenue Service.

Ms. Rodriguez obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications from the University of Florida, her Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, from the University of Miami, and her LL.M. degree with a concentration in taxation from the University of Alabama. While attending the University of Florida, she was a member of the Golden Key National Honor Society and was an anchor on All Things Considered on National Public Radio.

Outside of her legal work, Jennifer is also actively involved in the community she serves.  She is a member of the Board of Trustees of ArtServe, and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Estate Planning Council of Broward County.


  • University of Alabama

    LL.M. in taxation

  • University of Miami

    Juris Doctor, cum laude

  • University of Florida

    Bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications

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