Paul Seusy | Arcadia Family Law Lawyer | Florida
As a country lawyer, I have the pleasure (and challenge) of mastering many fields of law.
In one day, I may spend the morning negotiating a business contract, and the afternoon
litigating the custody of a two-year old. I might be prosecuting a boundary dispute on land
in the morning, and helping someone probate their late mother's estate in the afternoon.
Sometimes, I practice at night, appearing before a governing body or board with a
zoning matter or property tax appeal.
Most attorneys are forced to specialize in order to remain competitive: I am blessed
to practice law in a small community that requires its few lawyers to be well-versed
in many fields.
My goal is to have my clients and my community say of me that I provide wise
counsel and firm representation.
U. S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit: 1996
U. S. District Court, Middle District of Tennessee: 1996
U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida: 2004
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