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Roy William Foxall - Fort Myers, FL

2429 1st St. Fort Myers, FL 33901- 2905

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Updated: 09/30/2016

Fort Myers Foreclosure Defense Law Firm

Overview

My practice opened in Fort Myers in 1995 after I served 4 years in the Navy JAG Corps in Norfolk, VA. The work is courtroom-based; representing people in a tough, confusing and often counter-intuitive environment. Traditionally, family and criminal have the main parts of the practice in addition to civil litigation. In the past few years, Ft. Myers became ground zero for the real estate meltdown. This led to tens of thousands of foreclosure suits and home owners facing potential judgments o ...

About Roy William Foxall

Practice Areas

  • Foreclosure Defense 25%
  • Divorce 25%
  • Criminal Law 20%
  • DUI 15%
  • Personal Injury 5%
  • Civil Litigation 10%

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Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

2429 1st St. Fort Myers, FL 33901- 2905

Office Hours

9 AM-5 PM, Monday through Friday

Fax

  • (239) 461-0015

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