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With more than 40 years’ experience, we provide quality services tailored to your needs.

Personalized Solutions Throughout Southwest Florida

Your situation is unique. At Warnock Law Group, we recognize this and take time to listen. Then based on your unique needs and the factual and legal issues in your case, we provide tailored counsel and results-oriented representation.

Our attorneys bring more than 40 years of combined legal experience to your case. You can also reach them when you have another question or don’t understand something. As the legal process moves along, we also keep you informed of important developments.

Our Attorneys Care About You, Your Family And Your Future

With our wide range of estate planning, special needs planning and business law services, we hope to become your law firm today and into the future. We prepare wills from simple to complex, all types of trusts and powers of attorney. If you have a child with special needs nearing adulthood or concerns about long-term care costs, our lawyers can assist with planning. We also provide cost-effective probate and trust administration services.
In the area of business law, our firm helps entrepreneurs and business owners from formation issues (choosing between a S-corporation, Limited Liability Corporation or partnership) to ongoing matters such as employee agreements and finally buy-sell agreements and business succession.

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Mediation

Mediation is a forum where the parties can use self-determination to resolve all or partial issues in a confidential and neutral environment. The mediator, who is a neutral facilitator, is there to assist the parties toward a resolution; to push past the emotional part of the dispute and get down to the business part.

Taking the initial step to mediate versus filing a complaint with the court can save time, money, and the emotional toll conflicts generate. Start with mediation; come with an open mind, have a list of options you can start to work with. Self-determination places the power in your hands not the court to work out a settlement that will allow you to move past the dispute in your life.

In mediation the parties are fully aware of their own capabilities in settling their dispute and what they can work with to resolve it. In a court of law, statutes, rules and regulations govern the outcome. There is no crystal ball to tell you how the judge will rule on your case; be in charge of your resolution!

At Warnock Law Firm, we offer a peaceful environment where the parties can speak freely together or if requested or necessary in a separate room.

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We recognize it can be daunting selecting and contacting an attorney. Our attorneys offer free initial consultations to better understand your concerns and explain how we can assist. Set yours up today by calling239-344-9471 or sending a message online. We serve clients from Fort Myers to Naples, throughout Lee County and across Southwest Florida.

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