Fort Lauderdale Attorneys

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Fort Lauderdale  Brian James Breiter

Brian Breiter

Fort Lauderdale, FL Wrongful Death
Avvo rating 10.0
Ed Hoeg represented me when no one else would take my case. He won my trial when everyone else told me I had... more
Fort Lauderdale  Edward John Hoeg

Edward Hoeg

Fort Lauderdale, FL Litigation
Avvo rating 6.6
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Fort Lauderdale  Richard Glenn Elie

Richard Elie

Fort Lauderdale, FL Bankruptcy / Debt
Avvo rating 8.0
Mr Washor and staff were very knowledgeable and supportive during my divorce. I highly recommend him to those... more
Fort Lauderdale  Andrew David Washor

Andrew Washor

Fort Lauderdale, FL Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 7.3
This lawyer from the beginning gave contradicting responses to my questions, as well as never contacting me... more
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Lina Busby

Fort Lauderdale, FL Criminal Defense
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Dr. Sibirsky delivered on his promise to arrange my citizenship in a timely and informative way. He was... more
Fort Lauderdale  Daniel B Sibirsky

Daniel Sibirsky

Fort Lauderdale, FL Immigration
Avvo rating 10.0
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Fort Lauderdale  Jeffrey Norman Brauwerman

Jeffrey Brauwerman

Fort Lauderdale, FL Immigration
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Fort Lauderdale  Patricia S Cooper

Patricia Cooper

Fort Lauderdale, FL Immigration
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practicing lawyers in Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale began as a farming town, but over the past century has become a hub of tourism. People from the African Diaspora have come to live in this city of diversity and have ties to its early history.

African American history in Fort Lauderdale began with workers and slaves serving on Spanish ships in the 16th century. In the 1800’s, a black cook, whose name has never been discovered, helped open an overnight camp and ferry.

Known as the Stranahan Trading Post, this endeavor helped launch what is now downtown Fort Lauderdale. It still exists today for tours to the public.