Business Organizations Lawyer | Serving Miami, FL
Representation of Individuals In The Areas of Family, Divorce, Custody, Timeshare, Child Support, Same-Sex Divorce and Father's Rights
Isaac & Salgado Grondin, P.L. is a boutique litigation and transactional firm located in Coral Gables, Florida. Isaac & Salgado Grondin, P.L. was founded with one main goal in mind - to provide clients a convenient place to get personalized and cost effective assistance in the transactional and litigation arenas. Our firm size permits us to offer top-notch services …
Business Organizations Lawyer | Miami, FL
With 35 Years’ Experience in Both State and Federal Courts, Mr. Levy Has the Understanding Needed to Serve the Diverse Needs of Corporations, Banks, and Individuals in Commercial Litigation Matters.
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