also known as Timothy M. Goan, P.A.
Born in Detroit, Michigan, Tim Goan spent his formative years exposed to the metal of “Motor City” and the music of “Motown.” But his heart was set on Florida and a career in law, so he headed to Gainesville, where he earned dual degrees at the University of Florida in Law and Business Administration.
Tim honed his legal skills in civil and criminal courtrooms for well over two decades. His knowledge of the law and the experience he brings to each case aids him in moving toward efficient and effective resolutions for his clients.
As a devoted husband and father of three children, Tim understands the complexities of the family unit, and brings an empathetic advocacy to his work in Family Law. He also appreciates the need for families and individuals to be able to reset their financial status, making Bankruptcy a viable alternative to the stressful challenges that struggling with overwhelming debt can bring.
In addition, as a physically active male who enjoys running, sports and other outdoor adventures, Tim fully comprehends the hardships brought on due to injuries caused by someone else's neglect, and he aggressively pursues outcomes that will assist his clients in alleviating their pain and suffering.
Tim has a passion for the law, and genuinely appreciates his clients and their vast array of life experiences that further enrich his service to them, making his efforts on their behalf even more worthwhile.
Licensed since 1988
Hourly ($250/hour), Contingent (28-40%), Fixed (Sometimes), Free Consultation (60 minutes)
|FL||Member in Good Standing||1988||05/07/2015|
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Meritorious Public Service Award||Florida Bar||2007|
|Graduated with Honors||University of Florida||1982|
|President||Timothy M. Goan, P.A.||1994 - Present|
|Associate||Kinsey Vincent Pyle||1989 - 1994|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys||Member||2005 - 2006|
|Flagler County Bar Association||Member||1994 - Present|
|National Association of Securities Dealers||Member||1982 - 1983|
|Alexander J. MILANICK and John C. Milanick, Appellants, v. TOWN OF BEVERLY BEACH, et al., Appellees.||We affirm the trial court's dismissal of the two counts alleging civil rights violations, reverse that portion of the complaint seeking mandamus relief, and remand with directions to grant the petition for mandamus relief.|
|Steven Robin GRAY, Appellant, v. Christie MARTIN n/k/a Christie Hoss, Appellee.||Affirmed, in favor of Appellee (Timothy Goan's Client)|
|Vashti CATTANEO, Appellant, v. Andrew V. CATTANEO, Appellee.||Reversed and Remanded, in favor of Appellant (Timothy Goan's Client)|
|University of Florida, Fredric G. Levin College of Law||Law||Doctorate of Jurisprudence||1986|
|University of Florida||Business-Finance||Bachelor of Science||1982|