Tampa Collaborative Lawyers, Attorneys and Law Firms - Florida

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Danz & Kronengold, P.L.

Collaborative Lawyers Serving Tampa, FL (Cooper City, FL)

Employment Mediation and Alternate Dispute Resolution serving the entire state of Florida. Est 1998.

Danz & Kronengold, P.L. provides legal services to private and public-sector employers (and, in some cases, employees) of all sizes at competitive fees. Danz & Kronengold, P.L. focuses its practice area in labor and employment discrimination...

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Robert M. Todd

Collaborative Lawyers Serving Tampa, FL (Clearwater, FL)

We work to help you find consensus and resolve your family law issues.

An Experienced Family Law Firm Serving Clearwater, St. Petersburg and Surrounding Florida Communities A marriage can end with dignity, privacy and the financial resources needed for both spouses to begin a new, happier chapter in life. Children can...

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