Ocala Lawyer for Bankruptcy, Real Estate, and General Litigation
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Ocala Bankruptcy and Real Estate Lawyer

Ocala Attorney for Bankruptcy, Real Estate, Undue Influence, and Will Contests

 

Representation in Ocala and Marion County for General Business Litigation and Disputes, Real Estate, Foreclosure, Bankruptcy, and Appeals

Dennis Shea brings more than 30 years of experience to bear on clients' problems. Mr. Shea has worked as a sole practitioner for more than 25 years. He recently moved to Ocala from California. Mr. Shea has built a successful practice on a commitment to personal service and attention.

Mr. Shea has researched and written documents concerning real estate, foreclosure, financial elder abuse, bankruptcy, and other areas of law. Mr. Shea is committed to working hard to provide the client with information and advice which the client needs in order to make intelligent decisions in the client's best interest.

Mr. Shea will perform an initial analysis of the facts and the law involved, and provide you with advice as to whether it would be reasonable and cost-effective to commence litigation or defend against ongoing litigation. If doing so will require filing pleadings or moving or opposing papers, Mr. Shea will prepare such papers for the client’s signature. The client can pick and choose the scope of the representation.

To set up a free phone consultation, contact Dennis Shea’s office online, by e-mail at dennis@djshealaw.com or by phone to 352-805-1410.

 

Contact

For a free phone consultation with an experienced attorney, contact me today via phone or email.

Email:
dennis@djshealaw.com

Phone:
(352) 805-1410

Mailing Address:
2375C NE 25th Ave Ste 101
Ocala, Florida 34470-3913

 
 

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