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Dedicated Florida Litigator & Mediator Helping Clients Solve Problems

Lawrence E. Miccolis is able to handle a wide range of legal conflicts and controversies on behalf of clients throughout the Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater metro area. Whenever possible, Mr. Miccolis works to prevent disputes from occurring in the first place, but when they do arise his goal is to resolve issues in the most efficient manner possible.

In many circumstances, using methods of alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation and arbitration, allows clients to settle disputes effectively and economically. Should your matter proceed to litigation, Mr. Miccolis will aggressively advocate in court on your behalf.

A Tampa Lawyer with Broad Practical & Legal Experience

Before becoming a lawyer, Mr. Miccolis was a career United States Marine Corps officer, and has worked closely with the military for almost 30 years. He has prepared and negotiated many subcontractor and independent consultant agreements, ensuring that he understands how service contracts work on a practical level as well as a legal level. He is prepared to help clients resolve conflicts and solve problems related to:

  • Real estate disputes
  • Homeowners' rights
  • Construction defects
  • Landlord-tenant disputes
  • Lease disputes
  • Boundary disputes
  • Homeowners' Association (HOA) concerns
  • Consumer debts and unpaid bills
  • Fraud
  • Unfair business practices

Mr. Miccolis has a bachelor's degree in civil engineering, which means he readily understands the technical aspects of many construction and land use-related issues encountered by property owners and businesspeople. He actually wrote a thesis on sinkholes, which are a common and hazardous feature of the Florida landscape that can cause serious problems for homeowners. For clients involved in civil disputes, Mr. Miccolis' experience makes him the ideal advocate as he identifies with individuals' concerns and circumstances.

Alternative Dispute Resolution & Settlements

Individuals and businesses alike can often save significant time, stress, and expense by utilizing alternative dispute resolution (ADR) processes to resolve legal disputes. For example:

  • Mediation - Mediation is a method of resolving disputes with the assistance of an independent mediator who evaluates the controversy at hand, and helps parties reach a mutually acceptable conflict resolution.
  • Arbitration - Arbitration is more formal than mediation, but also keeps legal conflicts outside of the courtroom. Businesses often prefer to settle disputes through arbitration because arbitration provides legally based decisions in less time and at a lower cost than litigation.

Mr. Miccolis is a Florida Supreme Court Certified County Mediator, which means he can act as an independent mediator for parties seeking to resolve a legal conflict. He also provides legal advice and representation to clients entering into both mediation and arbitration.

Talk to a Lawyer Whose Goal is to Solve Your Problems

If you or your business faces a legal dispute, please contact Lawrence E. Miccolis, P.A. by email or call (813) 504-7136 for a free initial consultation. When you make any future appointments, Mr. Miccolis will meet with you at a time and location convenient for you.

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Lawrence E. Miccolis, P.A. is located in Tampa, FL and serves clients in the Tampa Bay area including Hillsborough, Pasco, and Pinellas Counties.

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