There is a lot at stake in business and estate litigation matters, and the quality of your representation will often have a direct impact on the quality of your results. No matter what type of dispute you may be facing, or what side of the dispute you may be on, be sure that you seek out a qualified lawyer who will give you the best chance of securing a positive outcome.
At The John Chapman Law Firm, P.A., I have been representing clients across Southwest Florida in a broad range of business- and estate-related disputes for more than 20 years. My dedicated focus on these types of cases has given me a complete understanding of the issues that can arise and the strategies that are most effective in pursuit of results that best serve my clients' interests.
As your Sarasota business dispute attorney, I am prepared to help you through any issues that may arise. My experience representing parties on all sides of most disputes puts me in a much stronger position to pursue the results you need. When you hire me to assist with your guardianship, will or trust dispute, I seek to resolve the matter in your favor in a way that minimizes conflict with other family members.
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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