"To ensure that you have peace of mind in all matters regarding your real property and investments."
Real Property Law pertains to the body of law governing the various forms of both ownership and tenancy in real property.
Litigation involving real property includes, but is not limited to, title disputes, foreclosures,
easements, restrictive covenants, breach of purchase and sale agreements, land use restrictions, access to property by nonowner, landlord and tenant, and private property rights protection afforded by Florida’s Bert J. Harris Act.
Individuals: Persons wrongfully injured with serious physical disability.
Business Interests: Corporations and individuals Involved in business litigation.
Personal Representatives: Estates of spouses, parents and children for death by wrongful act.
State Government: Mr. Gibson took a leave of absence from the firm to serve as General Counsel to the Governor of Florida, during which he represented the Governor and dealt with all three branches of state government.