Naberhaus Brings Extensive Experience in Trust and Estate Planning

Viera, Florida – Dean Mead announced today that Robert J. Naberhaus III has joined the firm as Of Counsel in the Viera office. He is joining the firm’s prominent Estate and Succession Planning Practice Group and expanding its depth of expertise in Brevard County and throughout Florida. Prior to joining Dean Mead, Naberhaus practiced in Gunster Yoakley & Stewart, P.A.’s Stuart and Vero Beach offices for 10 years.

Naberhaus is Board Certified in wills, trusts and estate law. He brings extensive experience in trust and estate planning as well as probate and trust administration for high net worth individuals. Naberhaus’ practice experience also includes fiduciary representation, business succession planning, generational planning, charitable planning, guardianship, probate litigation, and estate and gift tax administration.

“Rob’s addition enhances the firm’s ability to offer comprehensive expertise in private wealth services,” said Mason Blake, managing shareholder of Dean Mead’s Viera office. “His extensive knowledge and experience in handling some of the most sophisticated estates and trusts work will make him an important asset to our team and the clients we serve.”

A native of Brevard County, Naberhaus has served on the Estate Planning Councils for Indian River and Martin Counties. He received both his juris doctorate, with honors, and estates & trusts practice certificate degree from the University of Florida Levin College of Law.

About Dean Mead:

Dean Mead is a business law firm that provides full-service legal representation to businesses and individuals throughout Florida. The firm has nearly 50 attorneys practicing in multiple practice areas including: tax, estate planning and succession, business law, general commercial litigation, employee benefits, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, real estate and health law.

Established in 1980, the firm has grown to three offices in Florida including Orlando, Viera and Fort Pierce. In 1989, Dean Mead expanded to the Space Coast in Brevard County as Mason Blake began intensive work on the new town of Viera. This was followed by the establishment of Dean Mead’s Merritt Island office in 1992. In 2003, those offices were combined into one location in Viera. For more information, please visit