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We Provide Legal Services to Physicians in All Aspects of Their Lives

Lawyers are the first and last person most physicians want to see.  As a firm, we refuse to practice in the area of medical malpractice . . . because we want to help, not hurt, the medical community.  And, unlike many attorneys practicing in health care law, our practice extends to assisting the physician in personal matters, as well as professional endeavors.

Our goal is to provide a full spectrum of legal services to the physician, both personally and professionally.  We provide legal counsel, business and legal advice, and civil and family litigation services, whether you are:  starting or joining a medical practice; negotiating non-compete agreements; planning for the future of your family; entering into a prenuptial agreement; or facing any type of family law or matrimonial law  issue.  We are here for our physician clients in all aspects of their lives.

Contact us today for a “legal check up.”

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3217 Atlantic Blvd
Jacksonville, FL 32207

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(904) 359-5505

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