Over 20 Years Of Experiance
The law evolves, as do clients' expectations of the firm they choose to represent them. Recognising the often held perception of legal services being expensive and exclusive, Lawrules continues to tread a very different track. Lawrules is a specialist commercial law firm with 33 partners and over 90 lawyers. Over the past 35 years we have established a strong reputation for the work we do law service in the insurance, commercial and banking sectors.Free Consulting
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Frequently Ask Questions
Our lawyrs will also represent you in civil litigation cases.
We are in an age of specialization. As times have changed, no attorney can possibly keep up with all areas and complexities of the law, and that is why our team is comprised of the top legal minds, each with their own area of practice.
There are certain matters that are fairly straightforward or not unduly difficult to learn and, therefore, do not require the services of an attorney, like writing a business plan, researching and picking a name for your business or reserving a domain name for your website.
Your business’s lawyer is a resource. At the Lord Law Firm, we might answer your questions about your business, from how to deal with your employees to explaining what a contract means in plain English We might negotiate on your behalf and make sure that you’re not being taken advantage.
In addition to ending your marriage, a divorce addresses all issues within the marriage, including property, finances, and child-related issues. This is the most common way to deal with marital issues, as Florida does not recognize “legal separation.”