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I was referred to Arthur Spiegel by a close friend who had hired him for a case where my friend had been accused of the... more
Miami  Arthur Spiegel

Arthur Spiegel

Miami, FL General Practice
Avvo rating 8.0
Peter is an outstanding lawyer and has saved my life several times over the past six years. He is quick to respond to... more
Miami  Peter Benjamin Rowell

Peter Rowell

Miami, FL Litigation
Avvo rating 6.7
After getting out of the worst possible situation I could have been placed in by another immigration attorney, Mr.... more
Miami  Steven A. Goldstein

Steven Goldstein

Miami, FL Immigration
Avvo rating 10.0
Steven kept me informed of everything that was going on with my case and it was handled accordingly. I was very happy... more
Miami  Steven David Kaufman

Steven Kaufman

Miami, FL Divorce / Separation
Avvo rating 6.7
Ms. Streets is extremely knowledgeable in family law. She provided exemplary counsel and guidance specific to my... more
Miami  Nydia N Streets

Nydia Streets

Miami, FL Family
Avvo rating 7.8
Morris /Dupont was highly referred to us by a family member, who regularly listens to the radio show on a weekly basis.... more
Miami  Chae A. Dupont

Chae Dupont

Miami, FL Foreclosure
Avvo rating 7.4
We sleep well knowing our personal and business. affaires are in the best of hands We have had dealing with them for... more
Miami  Hugh P. Lambert

Hugh Lambert

New Orleans, LA Personal Injury
Avvo rating 10.0
I utilized Ms. Bristow for a divorce and related cases. Her representation was the best in town. My experience was so... more
Miami  Teresa Faye Bristow

Teresa Bristow

Sacramento, CA Family
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practicing lawyers in Miami

After Miami was incorporated as a city in 1896, a major construction project made Miami a tourist destination. The opening of the Royal Palm Hotel, a resort for the Gilded Age, brought families such as Rockefellers, Carnegies, and Vanderbilts to Miami.

Miami experienced some setbacks in its first years with a fire roaring through its business district. During the Spanish-American War, temporarily stationed troops threatened the community members with violence, and the next year a yellow fever epidemic ravaged the city. Rising above these tragic events, Miami quickly grew to be a major city of Florida.