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Kramer Law Firm

Accident & Injury, Business, Bankruptcy & Debt, Criminal, Divorce & Family Law

407-834-4847

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Steven Kramer

Accident & Injury, Business, Bankruptcy & Debt, Criminal

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"They did nothing for me but charged me a monthly fee. In my opinion if you're not rich and or probably Caucasian find a different Law Firm!!!"

  10 months ago     Jakob Edkin


"The Kramer Law Firm can handle most anything a person needs has been my experience. Steve is a sharp thinker and has even been before the Florida Supreme Court. He has put together a team of lawyers and legal assistants that are second to none. I like the "big law firm" expertise with the small law firm personal attention. They do keep you informed of what is going on with your case so you are not living in mystery wondering what is going on. I am confident they can get me the best outcome when I work with them. Be it foreclosure, bankruptcy, divorce, criminal law or personal injury I am sure they can take care of you. If they are not the right fit for you, I am equally sure they will refer you to the right lawyer for you. Steve and his firm have my trust and recommendation."

  6 years ago     Henry Harlow


"When you are looking for the Best who will fight till the end for you then look no further! Steven Kramer has handled my very complicated real estate foreclosure case. It was a rough road and took many years but at the end I got my property back. Each time I was at Steven's office he made me feel important and not like just another case number. I highly recommend Kramer Law Firm.nVera Clark"

  3 years ago     Maximilian Schnauzers


"I had been putting off doing a will and estate planning for a number of years. I finally decided to call Steven Kramer and I am extremely glad that I did. They called me into the office and thoroughly explained everything that I would need to have and needed to take care of. Michael Merrill (Estate Planning) was extremely patient, pleasant, and thorough. He answered every question I had and went through the contracts step by step and made me feel extremely comfortable asking him to explain certain aspects of the language within. Mr. Kramer stopped by the office we were in to say hello, and to see if everything was to my satisfaction (which it was).nnI highly recommend the Kramer firm and will absolutely use them for future legal matters."

  6 years ago     Jeff Howell


"Steve Kramer is a man of personal and professional integrity in my opinion. It is distressing to have to call an attorney, but beginning with that first phone call the Kramer Law Firm is very helpful and understanding. I also found that it's hard to deal with one legal issue without it overlapping into another area of law. The extent of expertise and dedication provided by this team of attorneys is first rate. I highly recommend The Kramer Law Firm!"

  6 years ago     Trish Andrews


Kramer Law Firm
37 N. Orange Avenue, Suite 500
Orlando, FL 32801
28.544608,-81.374546

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37 N. Orange Avenue, Suite 500
Orlando, FL 32801

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