Samantha Shealy Rauba
- Advocacy & Guardianship Attorney
- Elder Law Attorney
- Estate Planning Attorney
- Power of Attorney
- Probate Attorney
Education, Honors, and Academic Achievements
Mrs. Shealy Rauba was born and raised in Ocala, Florida. She attended Florida State University where she earned degrees in both English and Classics, then attended Florida Coastal School of Law. She is the past President of the Marion County Bar association and in 2009 was named by Ocala Magazine as one of 40 individuals under the age of 40 who are poised to shape Ocala’s future.
Mrs. Shealy Rauba’s primary practice includes Estate Planning, Probate, Guardianship, and Elder Law. Prior to joining McGraw, Rauba & Mutarelli, she served as an Assistant Public Defender gaining invaluable trial experience and worked with Colleen M. Duris, P.A., where she successfully submitted several applications for Medicaid assistance; represented clients in probate and guardianship proceedings; and drafted hundreds of documents to meet her clients estate planning goals.
Professional Associations, Memberships, and Affiliations
Mrs. Shealy Rauba is highly active in the Marion County legal and professional community. She serves on the board of Marion Senior Services as well as the Public Education Foundation of Marion County and currently sits on the advisory council to First Federal Bank.
She has been married to her husband, Erik, since 2010 and they have two daughters.
Attorney, Schatt, McGraw, Rauba & Mutarelli, 2013-Present
Associate, Colleen M. Duris, P.A., 2010-2012
Assistant Public Defender, 5th Circuit Office of the Public Defender, 2008-2010
Keller Williams Ask the Attorney, Real Estate/Probate Issues for New Realtors, 2015
Allstate Insurance, Estate Planning, 2015
Allstate Insurance, Long Term Care Planning, 2015
UAW, Advanced Directives, 2014
Non-Profit Business Counsel Seminar, Planned Gift Giving, 2014
Florida Coastal School of Law, Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor, 2008
Florida State University, Classics & English Literature, Bachelor of Arts, 2004
Forest High School, 2000
Pro Bono Recognition, Community Legal Services, 2015
Pro Bono Recognition, Community Legal Services, 2014
40 Young Professionals Under 40, Ocala Magazine, 2009
Momazine, Do I Really Need a Will?, 2013