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I went to Ms. Connie Kaplan, attorney at law, a couple of years ago for a consult. Ms. Connie Kaplan was not only... more
Fort Lauderdale  Connie Kaplan

Connie Kaplan

Fort Lauderdale, FL Immigration
Avvo rating 6.3
Walter Reynoso does not know the law or the system. His unprepared, lazy and not responsive. He will accept any plea... more
Fort Lauderdale  Walter A. Reynoso

Walter Reynoso

Miami, FL Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 7.3
Beware!! When you run out of money...they run out and will not deal with you - even if you're close to the end or... more
Fort Lauderdale  Bethany Lee Notaro

Bethany Notaro

Pittsburgh, PA Family
Avvo rating 6.6
Christopher handled my estate planning several years ago and helped me to update the plan this year when I married.... more
Fort Lauderdale  Harold Christopher Heritage

Harold Heritage

Palm Springs, CA Estate Planning
Avvo rating 7.1
I did not have a good outcome with this attorney. The communication was poor.
Fort Lauderdale  Frank Joseph Mccoy Jr

Frank Mccoy

New Haven, CT Car / Auto Accident
Avvo rating 7.3
I have worked with Scott for over 10 years and appreciated all his hard work he has done for me and my company. He is... more
Fort Lauderdale  Scott Edwin Wade

Scott Wade

Milwaukee, WI Workers Compensation
Avvo rating 7.7
Attorney Patrick Leduc is a life saver and been a blessing. If it weren't for him I may have not continued to keep full... more
Fort Lauderdale  Patrick Nelson Leduc

Patrick Leduc

Tampa, FL Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
My wife is Somali and we were turned away from other attorney's due to the complexity of our case but Joel accepted us... more
Fort Lauderdale  Joel Friedman

Joel Friedman

San Diego, CA Immigration
Avvo rating 8.0


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.