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Tavares Divorce Lawyer
About David E. Cauthen
Current Employment Position(s)
- Managing Partner
- Foreclosure & Alternatives
- Litigation & Appeals
- Probate & Estate Administration
- Real Estate Law
- Family Law
- Insurance Law
- Personal Injury -- Plaintiff
- Banking & Finance Law
- Business & Commercial Law
- Commercial Leasing
- Consumer Protection
- Joint Ventures
- Lemon Law
- Secured Transactions
- Uniform Commercial Code
- Social Security -- Disability
- Business Organizations
- Business Successions
- Closely Held Businesses
- Directors' & Officers' Liability
- Formation & Business Planning
- Limited Liability Companies
- Shareholders' Rights
- Eminent Domain
- Construction Law
- Construction Liens
- Estate Planning
- Elder Law
- Guardianships & Conservatorships
- Living Wills
- Powers of Attorney and Appointment
- Alimony & Spousal Support
- Child Support
- Childrens' Rights
- Custody & Visitation
- Domestic Violence & Neglect
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Title Insurance
- State Trial Practice
- Animal Bites -- Plaintiff
- Assault & Battery -- Plaintiff
- Aviation Accidents -- Plaintiff
- Defamation & Privacy -- Plaintiff
- Motor Vehicle Accidents -- Plaintiff
- Premises Liability -- Plaintiff
- Property Damage -- Plaintiff
- Railroad Accidents -- Plaintiff
- Slip and Fall -- Plaintiff
- Wrongful Death -- Plaintiff
- Estate Administration
- Products Liability Law
- Alcoholic Beverages
- Chemicals & Cosmetics
- Food & Agricultural Products
- Machinery & Tools
- Medical Products & Devices
- Motor Vehicle Defects
- Pharmaceutical Products
- Recreational Products
- Commercial Real Estate
- Land Use & Zoning
- Residential Real Estate
- Florida, 1972
- U.S. District Court Middle District of Florida, 1973
- Florida State University College of Law, Tallahassee, Florida
Accepts Credit Cards
131 West Main Street Tavares, FL 32778- 3809
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