Orange & Osceola County
Seminole & Brevard County
Duarte Gillespie, P.A., represents clients throughout Florida, including Osceola, Orange, Seminole and Brevard Counties, and have developed a statewide reputation as effective trial lawyers and litigators. Our firm focuses on providing practical solutions tailored to each client's needs. We represent clients in the areas of Criminal Defense, Divorce and Family Law, Bankruptcy, Estate Planning and Probate, and other legal issues. Through our centrally located offices, we represent clients in legal proceedings across the state.
Duarte Gillespie, P.A., offers:
The hallmark of the firm is client service. The attorneys and support staff at Duarte Gillespie, P.A., are well aware of the stress that legal proceedings add to a difficult situation, and we strive to advise clients of their legal rights and complete the process as quickly and efficiently as possible. We stress a balance of aggressive representation with recognition of the bottom line.
Toward that end we often achieve prompt resolution of cases via settlement, and have successfully represented clients in mediation, arbitration, and early neutral evaluation proceedings. When push comes to shove, however, our track record of success at the trial court level speaks volumes to our ability to successfully fight for the rights of clients when necessary. We prosecute and defend cases through a team approach, with the client being an integral member of the team. Working closely with the client, we immediately analyze the merits of each case, evaluate the underlying facts and law, and develop a strategy.
Clients can rely on Duarte Gillespie, P.A., to be approachable, responsive, efficient, and effective. Our attorneys are well regarded by other attorneys and judges due to our unwavering commitment to the strictest personal and professional ethics, as well as our concern for the rights of clients.
We provide personalized legal representation to clients based on their backgrounds, needs and objectives. We respond promptly to telephone calls, report regularly on case developments and stay on top of changes in the law.