Areas of Practice

We focus on civil litigation which allows us to effectively process your case through the legal system. A focus on civil litigation allows an attorney to represent a client in those cases where the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure determine the process of navigating a case through the court systems. A knowledge of preparing and filing complaints, answers, motions, responses, notices, and other pleadings is essential. This foundational knowledge establishes a basis for effectively representing clients in court cases as well as other legal proceedings. This foundation along with a thorough understanding of the law helps to provide clients with a portion of the required fundamentals needed for success in such proceedings. We focus on family law, employment & labor law, landlord/tenant, contract law, construction law, foreclosures, and wills & trusts. Many of these types of law are intertwined and require a level of knowledge for effective representaiton in other areas. We will also offer you referrals to other attorneys if we don't have sufficient knowledge to give you effective representaiton. Give us a call.


The current Palm Beach County Courthouse located in beautiful downtown West Palm Beach, Florida was built in 1994. This building stands adjacent to the previous building now known as the historic Palm Beach County Courthouse. That building was built in 1916 and included government offices and the county jail at that time.

From a humble, remodeled school building to a twenty-story skyscraper, Broward County’s Courthouse has been rebuilt and reimagined for Broward County’s ever-growing population and their changing needs. The newest courthouse tower, the Broward County Judicial Complex West Building, officially opened May 11, 2017.

The current Dade County Courthouse is the third building to formally bear that name. Henry Flagler donated the property on which it stands. Its unique silhouette is a fixture of Miami’s ever-changing skyline. It has survived hurricanes and political tumult. For 86 years, it has been a beacon of justice for those seeking the protection of their rights and the redress of wrongs.