John Chapman of The John Chapman Law Firm is a business and estate litigation lawyer serving the Sarasota and Bradenton area with successful solutions to complex business or estate related legal disputes.
Business and estate litigation often involve very complex legal issues and can present difficult emotional challenges for everyone involved. In these situations, the assistance of a skilled lawyer who can maintain an objective view and stay focused on your best interests can be invaluable.
The John Chapman Law Firm, P.A., in Sarasota provides sound advice and comprehensive legal services to clients throughout Southwest Florida in a broad range of business and estate litigation cases. No matter which side of a dispute you may be on, you can rely on our firm to pursue every available option in an effort to secure the best possible result on your behalf.
As Principal of The John Chapman Law Firm, P.A., I offer my clients more than 30 years of legal experience in Sarasota. A fourth-generation Sarasotan, I have spent my entire career serving the people of this area. As a Sarasota business litigation attorney, I handle all types of business, construction, real estate and contract disputes.
I pride myself on the personal service I provide to every client. When you hire my firm, you hire me. When you have questions, I will be the person who answers them. Contact my office today to learn more about my legal services and what I can do to help you.
The John Chapman Law Firm, P.A., in Sarasota, represents clients who need an experienced business and estate litigation lawyer in Sarasota and Bradenton and throughout southwest Florida including Venice, Lakewood Ranch, Siesta Key, Longboat Key, Tampa, Arcadia, Naples, Saint Petersburg, Fort Myers and other communities in Sarasota County, Manatee County, Hillsborough County, DeSoto County, Collier County, Lee County and Pinellas County.
1515 Ringling Boulevard, Suite 870
Sarasota, FL 34236
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