My goal is always to make every effort to promptly complete your legal matter without any unnecessary or unreasonable delays while focusing on a successful and satisfactory conclusion.

Attorney Bio


Educational Background

Graduate of Walter F. George School of Law, Mercer University, Macon, Georgia. Juris Doctorate, 1966. Senior Editor of Mercer Law Review.

Undergraduate studies at the University of Georgia and the University of Miami.

Professional and Community Service Memberships

The Florida Bar

The Fund subsidiary of Attorneys' Title Fund Services (title insurance company)

Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity

Apopka Rotary Club (Past President and Paul Harris Fellow)

VFW Booster


Elder at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church

Municipal Judge for City of Apopka 1970 – 1975

Personal Profile

Although born and raised in Georgia, I have been a resident of my adopted home state of Florida for 40+ years. My wife and I enjoy spending time with our three daughters and their families, playing golf and traveling, as well as trying to keep up with the boundless energy of our two Australian Shepherds.

My Philosophy

Throughout my career, my goal has always been to operate my practice with the highest level of ethics and honesty. I am always upfront with my clients in helping them with their personal matters and decisions. I will always strive to provide you, my client, with sound, ethical legal advice at an affordable rate.

My Office and Staff

My office is conveniently located at 368 E. Main Street (U.S. Highway 441) in downtown Apopka. The relaxed atmosphere of my office allows you to feel comfortable coming in for an appointment. You’ll be greeted by one of two professional paralegals, both of whom have years of experience assisting clients. Everyone in my office is friendly, compassionate and eager to help.


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