Saint Augustine, Florida Real Estate Lawyers
Successful & Skilled Real Estate Litigation Representation! Strategic Advice!
Dedicated & Experienced Real Estate Attorney! Dedicated Legal Representation!
Skilled, Experienced Real Estate Litigation Attorney! Aggressive Advocacy!
A Jacksonville native and University of Florida Levin College of Law graduate, Barry Ansbacher began working as an attorney in Jacksonville with his father, Lewis “Lukie” Ansbacher. In...
SAINT AUGUSTINE, FL 32080
Florida Coastal School of Law and University of Florida Levin College of Law
Each of our attorneys has a particular focus and skill set to deliver exceptional service in matters of litigation and transactional law. Two of our lawyers hold post-doctoral Master of Laws (LL.M.) degrees in Taxation, enabling us to counsel clients through tax consequences relating to income and transactions.
We are committed to taking a strategic and...
I practice primarily in Jacksonville, Florida, where I live with my wife, our daughters, and our two dogs. My family is the most important part of my life and having them has only made me more appreciative and thankful for the opportunities I've been given.
When I'm not working I enjoy building computers, playing music, and reading.
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