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After having worked with Ric Gaines I can say with confidence that anyone considering hiring him should do so... more
Fort Lauderdale  Richard Hartley Gaines

Richard Gaines

Fort Lauderdale, FL Adoption
Avvo rating 7.7
Barry was very helpful and informative. Advised best way to resolve legal extortion. And he did it pro bono.... more
Fort Lauderdale  Barry Evan Haimo

Barry Haimo

Fort Lauderdale, FL Wills & Living Wills
Avvo rating 8.3
I went to Mr Shuster's office in a desperate situation. He was able to find the tiny crack in my foreclosure... more
Fort Lauderdale  Richard Scot Shuster

Richard Shuster

Fort Lauderdale, FL Foreclosure
Avvo rating 9.4
Ken got back to me the day after I contacted him, using both email and phone. I felt that he was extremely... more
Fort Lauderdale  Kenneth Russell Mikos

Kenneth Mikos

Fort Lauderdale, FL Probate
Avvo rating 7.2
Gary and Arlene are amazing, I literally never worried or even thought about my lawsuit, only about getting... more
Fort Lauderdale  Gary Thomas Lazarus

Gary Lazarus

Fort Lauderdale, FL Car Accidents
Avvo rating 8.5
Mrs. Matos promptly returned every phone call, kept me informed during the whole process and was emphatic to... more
Fort Lauderdale  Rosalind J Matos

Rosalind Matos

Fort Lauderdale, FL Foreclosure
Avvo rating 6.3
I did my homework when retaining Mr. Kiel. He has over 20 yrs experience in disability. It was a pleasure to... more
Fort Lauderdale  Robert F. Kiel

Robert Kiel

Fort Lauderdale, FL Administrative Law
Avvo rating 6.5
Words can’t explain how incredible of an attorney Roger Foley is. If you drafted tomorrow and shipped off to... more
Fort Lauderdale  Roger P. Foley

Roger Foley

Fort Lauderdale, FL Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0

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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.