Alexander S. Douglas, Attorney
Alex Douglas earned his Juris Doctor degree from The Florida State University College of Law, where he graduated with honors in 1989. While there, he was a member and president of the F.S.U. law school moot court team where he competed in national moot court competitions. He also served as an extern to then Justice Rosemary Barkett of the Florida Supreme Court. Alex holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, where he studied History.
Alex is admitted to the Florida Bar and is also admitted to practice in federal court before the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, the Southern District of Florida, and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. He is a member of the Orange County Bar Association.
Alex handles a wide variety of business litigation matters, complex litigation, construction litigation, probate and trust litigation, and contested guardianship cases. He also lectures on probate and trust litigation.
Alex and his wife, Maureen, live in Maitland, and are members of All Saints Episcopal Church of Winter Park. They have two sons, AJ and Avery, and one daughter, Grace. Alex's interests include boating and camping. Alex also participates with his sons in Cub Scouts and is a den leader.
8:30 AM to 5:15 PM
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